These user templates are designed to help structure your outputs for each Step of the Natural Capital Protocol. You are invited to adapt and add to the tables in this document, to fit to your needs and objectives. The hypothetical example, running throughout the Protocol, may also offer some inspiration and illustration of how to… [more]
The Primer is a short introduction to the Natural Capital Protocol and accompanying sector guides. It sets out why applying the Protocol and including natural capital in your considerations will improve your decision making. Download the Primer here.
Apparel can include any item of adornment, but, for the purposes of this sector guide, it is used to refer specifically to clothing, excluding footwear and accessories which are beyond the scope of this guide. In 2013, the global apparel retail market was worth USD 1.3 trillion, based on revenue (Marketline 2014a). Apparel manufacturing specifically… [more]
13th July 2016
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“The Natural Capital Protocol has been launched today (13 July) to offer businesses a standardised framework to identify, measure, and value impacts and dependencies on natural assets, raw materials and natural infrastructure. The multi-stakeholder collaboration led by the Natural Capital Coalition will support companies in their decision-making and can be used for a range of applications, including… [more]
This sector guide defines the food and beverage sector to encompass all businesses operating in the production, processing, or retailing of food and beverage products, excluding the hospitality/foodservice sector which is beyond the scope of this guide. Farmers, traders, wholesalers, food manufacturing companies, and retailers together make up the world’s largest sector, generating an approximate… [more]