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Biodiversity Solutions International SaaS consists of the Biodiversity Valuator, which integrates multidisciplinary valuation techniques to calculate a financial value for biodiversity; and the Environmental Footprint Calculator (EFC), which is an environmental and biodiversity footprint rating solution for private and corporate use.
With mass extinctions and climate change, it is time to take responsibility. Impact investing helps to generate not only financial returns but also environmental impact.
Threatened Species 32,441
Impact Investments USD 715bn
Conservation Investments USD 8bn
Considering the need for biodiversity conservation and the importance of impact investing, Endangered Wildlife OÜ is currently in the process of developing a conservation portfolio. This portfolio consists of two conservation programmes in Europe that rewild endangered species using a circular economy model; and an educational mobile game that allows for awareness raising while having fun.
We are committed to saving all biodiversity by working with verifiable projects that engage with saving threatened species. We assist these conservation projects by justifying conversation value and by listing their profiles on our platform. Funding assistance can also be under consideration.
The 2019 OECD report states that the annual global value of ecosystem services is estimated at USD 125-140 trillion. Viewed differently, this would equate to more than 1.5x the value of annual global GDP. This makes biodiversity a global superpower with its closest rivals in terms of GDP value being America at USD 19.5 trillion and China at USD 12.2 trillion.
Let’s start with the fact that ESG represents the Environmental, Social and Governance guidelines that are subscribed to by a growing number of companies. Of course, E for Environment really covers a diverse range of interests: climate change, pollution, resource management and limiting humanity’s ecological footprint.
At the core of Biodiversity Solutions International’s product is biodiversity – we determine the value of biodiversity and help to widen the conservation impact investment universe. However, in order to facilitate this, it needs to be understood that effectively, directly or indirectly, biodiversity would need to be used to generate returns to investors – this can lead to philosophical debates as to whether it is ethical to utilise nature for profit. BSI, however, purports that it is not a matter of making a profit from nature but how the profit is made.