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"We don't have any right to destroy nature" — Suntory CEO Tak Niinami

"We don't have any right to destroy nature" — Suntory CEO Tak Niinami
Suntory CLIP_Tak Niinami | GZERO Media

In biodiversity circles, many are talking up nature-positive as the new net zero. But for some companies, striving for a world where nature is being restored and is regenerating rather than declining is more than a buzzword.

"We don't have any right to destroy nature," Suntory CEO Tak Niinami says during the livestream discussion "Time for nature: Turning biodiversity risk into opportunity," hosted by GZERO in partnership with Suntory.


For Niinami, corporations need to make money, but also contribute to society. And companies have a lot of know-how they can apply to help reverse biodiversity loss in the future.

"Nature positive is not nature-neutral," he says. "Nature-positive is additional value for us to create for the generation to come."

Learn more about this GZERO Media live discussion: https://www.gzeromedia.com/sustainability

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