Courses

  • 0 Modules

    Green Entrepreneurship (2020)

    This course will offer a step-by-step framework for transforming a green business idea into a viable business plan. It will provide the tools needed to generate, test, and refine an idea for a green business, together with successful examples of green entrepreneurs’ paths from business ideas to value-generating, market-fit solutions.

  • 8 Modules

    Green Entrepreneurship (2021)

    This course will offer a step-by-step framework for transforming a green business idea into a viable business plan. It will provide the tools needed to generate, test, and refine an idea for a green business, together with successful examples of green entrepreneurs’ paths from business ideas to value-generating, market-fit solutions.
  • 8 Modules

    Green Entrepreneurship (2022)

    This course will offer a step-by-step framework for transforming a green business idea into a viable business plan. It will provide the tools needed to generate, test, and refine an idea for a green business, together with successful examples of green entrepreneurs’ paths from business ideas to value-generating, market-fit solutions.

  • 3 Modules

    Sustainable Commodity Supply Chains

    This course introduces the concept of sustainable commodity supply chains (SCSC). It will also support you to identify how SCSC principles can be integrated into biodiversity and development planning and implementation in order to mainstream conservation values into key production sectors.

  • 1 Module

    Sustainable Commodity Supply Chains: A Tool to Support Achievement of Aichi Biodiversity Target 4

    This webinar provides an overview of the Sustainable Commodity Supply Chains (SCSC) approach. It explores how to use commodities, sustainability goals, stakeholders and SCSC to improve conservation outcomes. The session discusses ways of incorporating SCSC into NBSAP planning and implementation.
  • 5 Modules

    Sustainable Consumption and Production

    This course introduces the concept of sustainable consumption and production (SCP). It also describes how to integrate SCP concepts into conservation and development planning and management processes, such as those associated with National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBSAPs) and UN Sustainable Development Goals.