This site uses cookies in order to function as expected. By continuing, you are agreeing to our cookie policy.
Agree and close

Event Expert Conference 'Business Meets Biodiversity'

Through a series of inspiring speakers, panel discussion and interactive sessions, the Business Meets Biodiversity Conference aims to:

-        Provide a state-of-the-art overview of the trends and developments in the field of business and biodiversity.

-        Share key insights from frontrunner companies engaged in biodiversity-friendly agriculture, ecosystem restoration and nature conservation.

-        Explore and contribute to opportunities for scaling up biodiversity-friendly business, with a focus on fund creation and the role of multinational companies.

The conference aims to bring together a diverse and international group of stakeholders active in the areas of sustainable business and finance, development and conservation. Participating organizations will include the business sector, financial institutions, impact investment funds, NGOs, certification agencies, research & development organizations, and academia.

Download as iCalendar

Period 27/06/2012
Event location Rabobank Headquarters, Croeselaan 18, 3521 CB Utrecht Croeselaan 18, 3521 CB Utrecht
Host Utrecht University
See the agenda
Event URL
Contact person Pita Verweij, Utrecht University
Email address:
Theme(s) Ecosystems , Others
Target group(s) Adults
Type Meeting (seminar / conference / symposium / festival) Meeting (seminar / conference / symposium / festival)

Due to the limited number of places, conference participation is in principle by invitation-only. If you received
a personal invitation by email, please confirm your participation by registering at If you did not receive a personal invitation, but would nevertheless like to participate, you can register below: your name is then initially added to a waiting list.

The Business Meets Biodiversity Conference 2012 is organized by Utrecht University in close cooperation with public and private partner organizations, including the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation; HIVOS; Rabobank Group; WWF Netherlands; and Tropenbos International.

Chair: Jan-Ernst de Groot (Chair of Wetlands International)