Blue Carbon S2C’s (BC-S2C) key stakeholders are:
- Landowners and their Eligible Interest Holders.
- Three levels of government.
- Indigenous peoples.
- Local communities.
- Project financiers.
- Credit auditors and certifiers.
- Industry associations.
BC-S2C’s stakeholder engagement method is the process by which we involve people and organisations who may be affected by our decisions or who can influence the implementation of our findings. We recognise that key stakeholders may be positive (supportive), neutral or negative (oppositional) to BC-S2C’s restoration and conservation projects within the communities in which we operate. We also recognise that our projects are long-term (e.g., 25-100 years); hence stakeholders may be affected intergenerationally.
- We will instil and continually reinforce a culture across BC-S2C of acting lawfully, ethically and responsibly in the communities we operate.
- We aim to have a “positive reputation” and be seen as “a business in good standing in the community”.
- We are targeting a material percentage of our workforce from Indigenous communities.
- By working together, we can tackle important issues like climate change at scale and the many social, economic and environmental co-benefits from our ecosystem restoration work.
Resources available to you – BlueCarbon Institute
BC-S2C is in the process of developing the BlueCarbon Institute (BC-I). BC-I will be one of largest facilities of its type in Australia, with practical products and services geared towards remote project sites and to maximise local community and Indigenous benefits and opportunities. For more information on our BC-I, please click here »
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