Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) are the most important places in the world for species and their habitats. By accessing these data through IBAT, commercial users, private industry and other stakeholders can make the best decisions about how to manage land (or waters), where to avoid development and how best to conserve and protect the animals and plants for which sites are so important.
Understand the relevance of IBAT for risk management in the Insurance sector, as well as potential impacts and dependencies on nature.View
Airmic LIVE: Biodiversity Risk Management with IBAT and ENCORE
We Value Nature - Applying The Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool
Using biodiversity data to enhance biodiversity risk management
Facilitating decision making for the business sector
How global biodiversity data can help the fashion industry restore nature
The Biodiversity Consultancy using IBAT to understand biodiversity significance
Biodiversity & annual sustainability reporting
IBAT & IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Webinar
An IBAT Briefing Note on solar and wind energy describing the potential impacts on biodiversity, relevant diligence questions for investors and the applicability of IBAT as a risk screening tool in this context.View
An Industry Briefing Note describing the Species Threat Abatement and Restoration Metric, its relevance and implications for business, as well as presenting case studies of how STAR might be applied in different scenarios.View
STAR Industry Briefing Note
An Industry Briefing Note describing the Species Threat Abatement and Restoration Metric, its relevance and implications for business, as well as presenting case studies of how STAR might be applied in different scenarios.
STAR Business User Guidance
A detailed guidance document designed to support first-time users of the Species Threat Abatement and Restoration Metric. The guidance outlines how STAR is calculated and how it can be applied to identify positive biodiversity actions in an Area of Interest. Also included is an example STAR Report for a theoretical AoI in Sumatra.