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Biodiversity, Habitats and Prisons

By Sara Francesca Lisot and Natalia Casella


Biodiversity. One commonly must break down the word to obtain its meaning; biological diversity. Even then, it’s difficult for the average person to conceptualize what activities contribute to biodiversity and how this is applicable in different contexts. The degradation of ecosystems and catastrophic loss in biodiversity we are currently facing is a global problem, but can also be seen as an opportunity for improvement. One company in particular, “Habitats” has taken on this vast challenge by making it their vision to increase biodiversity. They do this by selling landscape architecture projects, lecture and workshop services, and biodiversity impact consulting. This paper seeks to examine a possible market for Habitats to sell their services to and the challenges they may face in doing so. Here, we focus on public institutions and prisons in particular

Topics: biodiversity, social innovation, prisons, social entreprise
Year: 2014
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