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Build biodiversity and grow your business - Shared screen with speaker view
Sofia Faruqi
53:20
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amanda.gant@wri.org
54:43
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debra magwada
55:18
Can we also get a recording of the webinar?
Onkar singh Shekhawat
56:04
Biodiversity is need of environment and for 8.4 million different species of planet. This is not for direct profits. So how can we develop a business model from that.
amanda.gant@wri.org
01:01:26
Please look for the Q&A Box to submit your questions, to make sure we see them!
Niranjan Demanna
01:04:50
For David: Any capacity building support available from CFA for Startups which deal with last mile producers? How much certifications cost & criteria? For small land holders, its hard to go through such certification processes, what is solution for this?
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
01:20:35
In the case of Baviaanskloof DevelopmentCompanyHow do you honor the aim to give policy recommendations to support a biodiversity based agriculture that doesn’t displace, fence out or exterminate wild carnivore mammals?
Josue ARUNA
01:21:08
The context in Congo democratic Republic of Congo where some connecting zone with high biodiversity is facing the big treat with mining company. inside protected areas and around. For these that are dealing with mining in protected areas is a very big treat for us and we are doing advocacy to stop their process. But other around these areas how could we do for these investments to contribute to conservation and livelihood of indigenous people.
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
01:27:08
In the case of Wij·landHow do you honor the aim to give policy recommendations to support a biodiversity based agriculture that doesn’t displace, fence out or exterminate wild carnivore mammals?
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
01:34:20
There are wild carnivore mammals both in South Africa and Netherlandsright?
Willemijn
01:35:21
NL unfortunately not so many
Willemijn
01:36:13
In South Africa the farms are actually located within a protected conservancy so the protected areas are neighboring the areas that are being rehabilitated
Willemijn
01:36:54
there are zebras and other wild animals but mostly small carnivores
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
01:38:20
Wolves return to Netherlands after 140 yearsBy Anne-Marie BullockProducer, Costing The Earthhttps://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47838162
Willemijn
01:40:34
In the Netherlands sheep herders and nature organisations are actively discussing how to both protect the wolf and create a buffer for herders or farmers to be able to absorb rewilding efforts
Bruce Julien Nahimana
01:43:35
The production system ( linear ) is not sustainable. Circular economy is our only choice into the minimization of the negative impact we have on the planet .
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
01:47:02
De Willemijn para mí, Todos los panelistas: (08:57 a.m.)
In the Netherlands sheep herders and nature organisations are actively discussing how to both protect the wolf and create a buffer for herders or farmers to be able to absorb rewilding efforts Question: Do you have a link for those discussions/efforts? Thanks
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
01:51:52
For Willemijn: Do you have a link for those discussions/efforts? Thank you, Willemijn
Willemijn
01:59:14
In Dutch, sorry: https://www.rtvoost.nl/nieuws/306315/Wolf-niet-afschieten-dier-is-kroon-op-natuurbeleid
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
01:59:52
Water footprint of crop and animal products: a comparison https://waterfootprint.org/en/water-footprint/product-water-footprint/water-footprint-crop-and-animal-products/
Onkar singh Shekhawat
02:06:28
how you define business through biodiversity ?? is this possible??
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
02:08:36
Thank you, Willemijn. Is your organization involved in this?
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
02:09:00
Or what is your organization’s policy/involvement? Thank you
Jesus Muñoz
02:14:50
Thank you so much for the webinar
Jorge Arturo Zubieta Calvert
02:17:05
Thank you everyone. Great webinar!