MCC welcome the global shift in the increased value placed on nature and our oceans. MCC has decades of experience working to protect, restore and manage natural marine and coastal resources, through policy, planning and long-term management.
MCC are committed to working with organisations to support them in their commitments to the global 30x30 goals and the UN Oceans Decade.
MCC is passionate about the role Nature-based Solutions (NbS) have for addressing the key global risks.
- Policy development
- National and regional policy reviews in the Asia Pacific region
- Development, facilitation and presentation of workshops
- Growing demand for blue carbon credits and the accompanying surge of interest in blue carbon have attracted many new actors into this space
- Blue Carbon ecosystems can also contribute to countries’ commitments to achieving the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement and have the potential to contribute to NDCs, NAPs, TNFD, Biodiversity and 30x30 goals
- Blue carbon policy development
- Management and monitoring of blue carbon habitats
- Blue carbon habitats role in climate mitigation and adaptation
- Facilitation of community engagement
There is increasing momentum for businesses and organisations to understand and report on their impacts and dependencies on #nature. We are seeing a rapid shift from voluntary reporting to mandatory reporting under #TNFD, #GBF, #SBTN.
We can help you understand and navigate this new landscape. You can start simple with a Nature Strategy, or commitment to Nature and Biodiversity in your Sustainability Report or ESG disclosures.
Expert advice is don’t wait, engage now and get ahead of nature related regulation. This can help you reach your net zero and biodiversity goals. Manage supply chain risk, support local communities and help your business maintain positive stakeholder engagement.
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In all our work, MCC places strong emphasis on investing in developing strong and meaningful relationships with individuals, communities and organisations and build on their existing knowledge and capacity to strengthen how they manage their natural resources, to achieve nature positive and social outcomes.
CBRM is a critical and central strategy for reducing long-term vulnerabilities associated with climate change and securing the benefits of marine and terrestrial resources.
MCC supports countries commencing or undertaking MSP by providing scientific expertise, support and guidance to the process, including:
- Gathering baseline data and information on future conditions, including information about the environment, ecology, oceanography and human uses and values
- Identifying threats, and which values need protection
- Identifying management targets for protection