More and more companies are placing biodiversity at the top of their priority list. Yet many businesses still aren’t sure where to begin to meaningfully tackle nature loss. A one-size-fits-all approach won’t bring meaningful progress. Instead, companies need to tackle the areas most impacted by their business. This can look pretty different depending on the industry. For cosmetics and personal care, the main drivers of nature biodiversity loss are linked to climate change, water depletion and pollution and land-use change in particular. With that in mind, how can the sector take relevant actions to curb their footprints on nature and maximize positive impact? Discover three examples of sector-specific steps that cosmetics and personal care brands can take with our biodiversity expert, Edith Martin.