Natural capital & biodiversity
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Responsibility to protect and restore nature

Since we recognise the value of biodiversity, we consider the many benefits that the natural environment provides and our responsibility to protect and restore nature.

Biodiversity represents the variety of all life on earth; vital to the functioning of our ecosystems, it provides a wealth of benefits to ensure our planet remains habitable. Protecting biological diversity is crucial to the survival of plant and animal species, genetic diversity and natural ecosystems which ensure clean water and air and contribute to food security and human health.

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Discover how Wood protected a fragile ecosystem and endangered wildlife species during the construction of Ontarios largest ever highway investment

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