Global Commons Alliance


Name of initiative Global Commons Alliance
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We Mean Business is a collaborating organisation
Building off the success of the Science Based Targets initiative and in response to business demand to set targets for the whole Earth system, a group of organizations have come together to form the Science Based Targets Network.
Starting year 2019
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Description The Global Commons Alliance is a massive collaboration developed by world leading institutions. This effort brings together scientific, business, government and nongovernmental organizations to transform our global economy, and to maintain the resilience and stability of Earth’s natural systems.
Objectives Vision: By 2050, Earth systems show signs of stabilizing due to coherent, integrated action from business, cities, citizens and nations working together to solve the greatest challenge humanity has ever faced.

Our plan seeks to reverse negative trends in climate, biodiversity, oceans, and other ecosystems, moving us toward a sustainable global economy – and a future that benefits human well-being and the natural world

Activities The Global Commons Alliance has four focus areas: The Earth Commission, Sceince Based Targets Network, Earth HQ and Systems Change
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Participants Number Names
Members 62  
Companies 0
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 62 Arup (United K.),  BSR (USA),  Business for Nature (United K.),  C40 (United K.),  Capitals Coalition (United K.),  Catalynics (USA),  CDC-biodiversite (France),  CDP (United K.),  Centre for Global Commons (Japan),  CEO Water Mandate (USA),  CERES (USA),  Circle of Blue (USA),  Climateworks Foundation (USA),  Club of Rome (Italy),  Conservation International (USA),  COUNTDOWN (USA),  Deakin University (Australia),  DICE University of Kent (United K.),  Dynamic Planet (USA),  EAT (Norway),  Ellen MacArthur Foundation (USA),  FutureEarth (Belgium),  GEF (USA),  Globaia (New Zealand),  Global Covenants of Mayors (USA),  Gordon and Betty More Foundation (USA),  IIASA (Austria),  ICLEI (Germany),  International Resource Panel (USA),  International Union for the Conservation of Nature (Switzerland),  IUCN (France),  Mandai Nature (Singapore),  MAVA Foundation (Switzerland),  Metabolic (Netherlands),  Mongabay (USA),  Natural Capital Coalition (United Kingdom),  Now This Earth (USA),  Oak Foundation (Denmark),  The Nature Conservancy (USA),  Ocean Conservancy (USA),  Ocean Unite (United Kingdom),  ODI (United K.),  The Pacific Institute (USA),  PIK (Netherlands),  Porticus (Netherlands),  Quantis (Switzerland),  Race to Resilience (USA),  Rockefeller Philantrophy Advisors (USA),  Stockholm Resilience Centre (Sweden),  Sustainable Development Solutions Network (France),  Systemiq (Singapore),  The Biodiversity Consultancy (USA),  The Nature Conservancy (USA),  The Tiina and Antti Herlin Foundation (Finland),  United Nations Global Compact (USA),  University of Kent (United K.),  UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (Kenya),  The Value Web (Switzerland),  WBCSD (USA),  We Mean Business (USA);

WCS (USA),  World Benchmark Alliance (Netherlands),  World Economic Forum (Switzerland),  WRI (USA),  WWF (USA).

National states 0
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Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 0
Faith based organisations 0
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Last update: 8 April 2022 09:44:13

Not only have national states as participators