One of the Green Deals of the Flemish Government in Belgium focuses on Business Parks & Biodiversity and explores how investments in biodiversity on business parks can benefit companies, employees, customers, and the image of the company in the short and long-term. The main aim is to increase biodiversity on business sites as well as the level of support for such conservation efforts. More specifically, this Green Deal aims to (1) increase ecological value of business parks through permanent and temporary nature (with the right permit, temporary nature can be removed when constructions on derelict terrains start in order to prevent landowners from taking measures to remove temporal but possibly valuable nature before construction), (2) increase support of different target groups for nature on business parks, such as local and supra-local governments, companies, owners/designers/developers/managers of business parks and industry associations, (3) increase the well-being of employees and the image of the company for customers, suppliers and the environment, (4) build knowledge about this theme by starting a learning network, supply methods and tools, map opportunities and bottlenecks in public policy and legislation, and (5) raise awareness about biodiversity as part of corporate social responsibility. This Green Deal is part of the larger effort of the Flemish Government to contribute to a green economy through the pursuit of environmental objectives in combination with good operational management of participating partners, and increased competitiveness. The Green Deal is not an obligation to produce results but an obligation to make effort; all parties who commit do so voluntarily and commit to do all within their means to realize its goal. Agreements under the Green Deal are usually 3 to 4 years and should pave the way for similar initiatives. The results and gained knowledge are publicly shared in reports.