COP15 has been described by many observers as the Paris Agreement moment for biodiversity, when the world commits to taking the urgent action needed to tackle the nature crisis we are facing.
Ipieca was formed in 1974 at the request of the UN Environment Programme to act as the UN-industry liaison channel.
Ipieca and its members are committed to supporting the aims of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).
There is growing pressure on environmental resources, including biodiversity and ecosystem and water resources, in many parts of the world, creating both risks and opportunities for the industry.
Ipieca convenes its members with key stakeholders in UN, NGO, civil society and academic organizations to share knowledge and develop good practice to mainstream biodiversity across the energy transition and achieve nature positive goals.