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    Developing a business case for biodiversity

    How do you make a convincing ‘business case’ for biodiversity? This guide is
    for environment officials, interest groups and policymakers to develop the key
    elements of a case for integrating biodiversity into government and business
    decisions. The case must appeal to stakeholders in the public and private sectors
    as well as potential investors and funders.

    Equator Initiative Case Study – Talamanca Initiative

    Since the late-1970s, local NGO Asociación ANAI has promoted sustainable farming practices in rural communities living within the Talamanca region of Costa Rica. Home to one-third of the country’s indigenous people, the canton ranks lowest in many key socioeconomic indicators, including human development, yet is home to some of the country’s richest biodiversity. This natural heritage was threatened by overreliance on cacao farming as a monoculture, which has contributed to a vicious cycle of forest clearance and loss of soil productivity.

    Equator Initiative Case Study - Tsimané Mosetene Regional Council of Pilón Lajas

    Tsimané Mosetene Regional Council of Pilón Lajas works in Bolivia’s Biosphere Reserve to conserve biodiversity and to protect the rights of the indigenous peoples within the Reserve. The Regional Council jointly manages the Reserve with Bolivia’s National Service of Protected Areas.

    Equator Initiative Case Study - Amani Nature Reserve

    The Amani Nature Reserve was created to protect the unique, biologically important sub-montane forest ecosystem of Tanzania’s East Usambara Mountains. The biosphere reserve covers an area of about 83,600 hectares, and is home to a number of human settlements as well as unique and endemic biodiversity. These communities have been actively engaged in the management of the reserve since its establishment in 1997: two community representatives currently sit on the Amani Nature Reserve Advisory Board.