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Random 'nature FAQs', may be related to more specific topics, not general nature topic.



Q: Why did Nature Research select these global challenges?
A: Yes you can, and the aim is to recognize the achievements of the community.

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Q: Why does Force of Nature aim to 'mobilise mindsets'?
A: Force of Nature is a organisation that works at the junction of mental health and the climate crisis. They empower young people to turn their climate anxiety into agency, walk the corridors of power, and in doing so, change the institutional mindset.
Q: Why am I selected for the Nature benchmark?
A: WBA selected companies based on the impact of their business activities, both positive and negative, on nature and biodiversity.


Q: How do I register for auto payment?
A: The Automatic Payment option allows a subscriber to register their payment card at the time of purchase so that future renewals will be charged to that card.
Q: How do I cancel the auto payment option?
A: We will notify you 2 weeks before your subscription is due to expire, and if we are unable to collect payment 1 week before expiry, we will send you a payment link. If payment is not successful after 3 attempts, we will suspend your subscription.
Q: How do I apply?
A: The National Science Foundation (NSF) is seeking applications for the 2023 Science of Learning and Learning Environments (SOLE) program.

The SOLE program supports research on learning and learning environments across the lifespan.

Applications are due by 11 pm CT on August 25, 2023.
Q: What we are looking for regarding commitments and policies?
A: We are looking for documents and statements that have been approved by the highest governance body/board of the company. These documents should be up to date and global in scope. Where companies have separate documents for their own operations and supply chain, please provide both.

We are looking for documents and statements that have been approved by the highest governance body/board of the company. These documents should be up to date and global in scope. Where companies have separate documents for their own operations and supply chain


Q: What is #NatureForAll?
A: #NatureForAll is a global movement to inspire love of nature. It was launched on September 2nd at the 2016 IUCN World Conservation Congress in Hawai'i. #NatureForAll partners have been demonstrating the many exciting ways that we can come together and inspire love of nature.
Q: What does #NatureForAll do?
A: #NatureForAll is a global partnership of organizations working to connect people with nature. The partnership shares knowledge, strategies, and actions to engage new audiences with nature.
Q: Who is eligible to apply?
A: The National Park Foundation is looking for communities interested in increasing equitable access to nature for children. Applicants should be interested in working with the National Park Foundation to create opportunities for children to experience nature.
Q: What is a Vision Lab?
A: Vision Labs are a chance to get your team together to learn about and get inspired by nature connection and community engagement.
Q: How is this different from other recycling mark initiatives?
A: The Box to Nature program is a paper packaging recycling initiative that uses clear and emotional messaging to encourage consumers to recycle their ecommerce shipping boxes. Research has shown that the Box to Nature mark is more motivating for recycling than other recycling symbols.


Q: How will applications be assessed?
A: Yes, sharing outcomes with other academics can be considered as part of your scholarly impact.
Q: What does a successful community team look like?
A: Each community will form a 5-person local leadership team with a combination of institutional partners (such as school district and municipal, county and regional government representatives and decision makers) and essential community partners (such as BIPOC-led organizations and others that have been traditionally excluded from community planning and decision making – and organizations and nonprofits representing the sustainability, health, education, youth development, outdoor rec, family service and other sectors).
Q: What does it mean to be a team lead for the community team?
A: This is a community-focused initiative to improve the documentation for the development of the RChain platform.
Q: What are strategies for advancing equitable access to nature for children?
A: There are many ways that nature-based solutions can help cities meet their goals for equity, climate resilience, public health, academic engagement, youth leadership development, and more.
Q: What it means to only accept publicly available information?
A: The World Benchmarking Alliance only accepts information that is already in the public domain, or that companies are willing to make public. They cannot accept information that is protected by an NDA.
Q: What does it mean “to make public through our benchmark”?
A: The information you share with us in the submission materials will not be published by us, but we might publicly reference or cite information contained in said documents in the published benchmark results. Information in these documents will thus not be treated as confidential.


Q: What is a “community”?
A: A community is a geographic area, such as a city, county, or region located within the U.S., including U.S. Territories.
Q: What will community teams receive by participating in Nature Everywhere?
A: Nature Everywhere will support community teams throughout the process by subsidizing team member participation in in-person convenings; providing technical assistance and guidance; conducting an in-person visit with each community; hosting peer learning opportunities; and tracking and promoting successful efforts.
Q: What is expected of participating community teams?
A: The Nature Everywhere Challenge is a two-year commitment during which community teams will develop a citywide Nature Everywhere vision and implementation plan using a systems-change approach. With technical assistance, activities include:

1. Assessing the current state of nature in the city

2. Engaging key stakeholders in the development of the Nature Everywhere vision

3. Identifying priority actions for implementing the vision

4. Developing a plan for implementing the priority actions

Q: What is to be expected of companies identified to participate in more than one WBA benchmark, across the different system transformations?
A: We will align our work and timelines across different WBA benchmarks to the best of our ability.


Q: Who can I contact for more information?
A: The Nature Research Awards for Driving Global Impact celebrate early and mid career researchers, whose work has made, or has the potential to make, a positive impact on global challenges.
Q: How can I get involved?
A: 1. Sign the Nature For All pledge to show your support for nature.

2. Use the Nature For All Take Action Toolkit to take action in your community and inspire others to do the same.

3. Follow Nature For All on social media and share your love for nature with the world!
Q: How can I get more information?
A: What: Nature Everywhere 2023 virtual information sessions

When: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at 6:30-7:30 pm or Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 12:30-1:30 pm

Where: Zoom (register for June 8 or June 9)

Why: Learn about the Nature Everywhere program and get your questions answered

Who: Nature Everywhere is open to all City of Seattle employees, including those who are already working on nature projects
Q: Who can use WBA data?
A: We are releasing a public dataset of over 1,000 companies, with data on their financials, operations, governance, and social and environmental impact. The dataset is free and publicly available to use.


Q: What are the priorities of the #NatureForAll network of partners?
A: The Nature For All co-chairs have assembled a task force to develop a new strategy that will serve as the foundation for Nature For All’s work for the next four years.
Q: How many cities participate in the CNC?
A: The City Nature Challenge is a global event where people take photos of wild living things and submit them to iNaturalist. All observations made between April 28 and May 2 will count towards the challenge.
Q: What can I do if the trip I want is full?
A: No, SUUSI does not give refunds for Nature trips.
Q: What is the goal of the program?
A: Box to Nature is a sustainable paper packaging campaign that encourages consumers to recycle.
Q: Why is this program needed now?
A: The Box to Nature graphic is designed to educate and prompt consumers to recycle at the point of packaging. The goal is to increase the recovery of recyclable materials from residential recycling.
Q: Who is managing the Box to Nature program?
A: The Box to Nature program is a new initiative from Paper and Packaging Board (P+PB) that encourages consumers to recycle their used paper and packaging products. The program will be managed by P+PB and will include a QR code that consumers can scan to learn more about recycling their used products.
Q: Who is the Paper and Packaging Board (P+PB)?
A: The Paper and Packaging Board is a government-sponsored marketing organization that promotes the paper and paper-packaging industry.
Q: What types of customers or brands are being targeted for this program?
A: The Box to Nature graphic is a new sustainability initiative from corrugated box manufacturers. The initiative is designed to help brands communicate their commitment to sustainability to their customers. Box manufacturers are targeting ecommerce and direct to consumer brands/customers to place the Box to Nature graphic on their boxes.
Q: How does the QR code work?
A: The P+P Box2Nature mark includes a QR code that consumers can scan on their mobile devices that leads to an educational consumer experience and P+PB's microsite,
Q: What are the placement considerations for the graphic on an ecommerce?
A: The ideal graphic placement for a product box is the inside minor flap at the top of the box or the side of the box for plain boxes with no additional branding. For branded boxes with no other available space, the bottom of the box may be used but should not be encouraged or offered as the first option for the customer.
Q: How will the program measure success?
A: The Fibre Box Association is partnering with the National Forest Foundation to create the Box to Nature Program. Consumers will be able to scan a QR code on the box to learn about the importance of recycling their corrugated box, the environmental benefits of using recycled fibre and how their box will be used to help plant trees.

The Box to Nature Program will be a way for companies to educate consumers and promote sustainable practices. It will also help the environment by planting trees and increasing the amount
Q: What is the Nature Benchmark?
A: The World Benchmarking Alliance seeks to track over 1000 influential companies in their adoption of a nature-positive strategy that leaves no one behind.

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