Japan

Japan

Keidanren Committee on Nature conservation (KCNC)

Website
www.keidanren.net/kncf/en/

The “Keidanren Committee on Nature Conservation” Conservation is an initiative comprised of member companies who agreed with Keidanren Declaration of Biodiversity Conservation. Our objective is to let more members take part in this initiative.

URL: http://www.keidanren-biodiversity.jp/

KEIDANREN Declaration on Biodiversity conservation and Action Guidelines (revised version in 2018) http://www.keidanren.or.jp/en/policy/2018/084.html



Contact Information
Keidanren Committee on Nature Conservation
1-3-2, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-8188, Japan
Tel: +81-3-6741-0981
Fax: +81-3-6741-0982
www.keidanren.net/kncf/en

Contact Person
Mr. Tatu KATO
Keidanren Committee on Nature Conservation
katotaku@keidanren.or.jp

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Japan Business Initiative for Biodiversity

Website
http://jbib.org/english/

JBIB is a group of Japanese corporations committed to biodiversity conservation. The initiative was launched in 2008 with 14 companies. It has grown to a group of over 50 leading companies representing many different business fields. JBIB is persistently moving toward the goal of balancing business operations with the necessity of biodiversity conservation.

JBIB aims to make substantial contributions toward the conservation of biodiversity in our capacity as corporations. We have set the objectives of our activities as follows and will keep continuing to make such efforts.
  • To explore links between business and biodiversity and to use that knowledge in our business practices
  • To promote dialogues and collaborations with stakeholders
  • To share good practices within Japan and abroad
  • To advocate and undertake educational efforts for the promotion of biodiversity conservation
  • To conduct projects to fulfill the aforementioned objectives

The regular work of JBIB is carried out in working groups. Meetings are held every month for study and practical work. Topics of working groups are as follows:
  • Business and Biodiversity Interrelationship Map
  • Sustainable Land Use
  • Forestation for Harmony with Nature
  • Water and Ecosystems
  • Responsible Procurement

Contact Information
JBIB Secretariat
c/o: Response Ability, Inc.
1-1-4-102, Kami Osaki
Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
141-0021, Japan
Tel: +81-3-5422-7994
Fax: +81-3-6303-9798

Contact Person
Mr. Naoki Adachi
adachi@responseability.jp
jbib_sec@responseability.jp

Annual Reports

Please see the link below for progress reports on this initiative (please note that this is a combined report)
2015