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The Natural Capital Protocol Presented at Sustainable Brands, New Metrics (Video)

23rd January 2017
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

Michelle Lapinski presents the Natural Capital Protocol to delegates at Sustainable Brands New Metrics.

2016 – Ten Key Environmental Moments

17th January 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment,Featured

This article was originally published on WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff. “In a year dominated by Paris, Brexit and Trump, here’s ten thoughts on the most momentous actions for the world and UK’s environment in 2016. The Paris Agreement Ratified. With the UN forecasting 2016 likely to be the hottest year on record and Arctic ice melting… [more]

Natural Capital: A New Role for the Private Sector in Fighting Climate Change

16th January 2017
Published under: Featured,Why Natural Capital?

This article is part of BritishAmerican Business‘s December 2016 edition.  “One of the most exciting aspects of advising the world’s largest companies on their sustainability strategies, is the insights that this provides into how they are responding to some of the most challenging issues that we face in the twenty-first century. A business’s relationship with… [more]

Natural Capital Protocol Recognised as Important Tool in Reaching the Sustainable Development Goals

12th January 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment,Featured

This article was originally published on Climate-KIC. “On 9 December 2016 the Council of the European Union officially recognised that Natural Capital Accounting, manifested in the Natural Capital Protocol, as an important tool for maintaining biodiversity. This is a step towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Natural Capital Protocol is a framework designed to… [more]

A Business Case – How the Natural Capital Protocol Can Help Companies Protect Pollinators

20th December 2016
Published under: Featured,Why Natural Capital?

This article was originally posted in Ethical Corporation.  Mark Gough on how the new Natural Capital Protocol can help companies protect pollinators. “All businesses fundamentally rely on the natural world in order to operate and thrive. Some of these dependencies are complex, little understood and far removed from daily operations, but there are other “ecosystem… [more]

The Natural Capital Protocol Recognised by the Council of the European Union

9th December 2016
Published under: Enabling Environment,Featured

This article was originally published the European Commission Environment.  “The Council of the European Union, gathered on 17 October 2016 in Luxembourg under Slovak Presidency, officially recognised the Natural Capital Protocol in the Outcome of the Council meeting. In its conclusions, the Council “considers that mainstreaming biodiversity provides new opportunities for all economic sectors, including… [more]