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Developing a roadmap for integrating nature and biodiversity into business decision-making and disclosures

Summary

Little Blue Research provided technical support to develop a nature strategy to enable the client to integrate nature into its business processes including estate management; sourcing and infrastructure.

In addition, the team provided support to help develop a roadmap towards fuller disclosures of nature-related risks and opportunities.

Client description

Capitals

BT Group

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NATURAL

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100,000+

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Client need

BT Group required technical support to develop a roadmap to enable integration of nature into business decision-making and potential future disclosures. To do this Little Blue Research:
• Conducted a prioritisation process across more than 8,000 BT Group facilities and undertook a screening for both nature-related risks and opportunities;
• Conducted a series of nature-related analyses using spatial data across the client’s key suppliers and own facilities;
• Undertook a screening to determine potential areas where biodiversity actions/interventions could be used to restore habitats;
• Developed a roadmap to set out actions for the shorter and longer term to help the client begin integrating nature into business decision-making; and
• Provided support andd peer review to the Openreach’s internal nature working group.

The challenge

Engaging with multiple business units and contacts and identifying relevant internal stakeholders.

Engaging with multiple business units and contacts and identifying relevant internal stakeholders.

The results

Developing a living nature roadmap to enable the integration of nature-related risks and opportunities into business processes.

Engaging with multiple business units and contacts and identifying relevant internal stakeholders.

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