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Natural Capital Protocol: Case Study for Novartis

22nd June 2017
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The company in brief: Novartis is a multinational pharmaceutical company based in Switzerland, and one of the largest pharmaceutical companies by both market cap and sales. Novartis develops, manufactures, and markets healthcare products, providing solutions for patients worldwide. The company operates in the segments of innovative pharmaceuticals, eyecare, generics, vaccines/diagnostics and consumer health. Why a… [more]

Natural Capital Protocol: Case Study for AkzoNobel

22nd June 2017
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The company in brief: AkzoNobel is a Dutch multinational chemical company, producing paints, performance coatings and speciality chemicals, and supplying paint ingredients, protection and colours to a worldwide industry and consumer base. The company’s products are also inputs to a variety of industrial manufacturing streams for pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, and in the production of… [more]

Natural Capital Protocol: Case Study for Dow Chemical

22nd June 2017
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The company in brief: Dow Chemical Company (Dow) is a United States based multinational corporation and the world’s second-largest chemical manufacturer by revenue. Dow’s Freeport, Texas manufacturing site depends heavily on water from the nearby Brazos River, where Dow is the largest of its water users which also include farmers, cities, and other industries. Although… [more]

Gretchen Daily Honored with Blue Planet Prize for Her Work to Harmonize People & Nature

19th June 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment,Featured

Gretchen Daily, Blue Planet Prize Winner 2017 on the Natural Capital Protocol This article was originally published on Stanford News.  “Your summer vacation plans have changed – you’re going to the moon. Stanford biologist Gretchen Daily wants you to imagine this scenario and to consider all the Earth-bound organisms you would depend on for food, building… [more]

Natural Capital Protocol: Case Study for Jaguar Land Rover

19th June 2017
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The company in brief: Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is a British multinational automotive company, a subsidiary of Indian automaker Tata Motors. Jaguar Land Rover designs, develops, and manufactures vehicles bearing the Jaguar and Land Rover marques. The company has been performing Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) since 2008, including for product-to-product materiality comparisons as well as… [more]

Natural Capital Coalition Operations Group Call – Biodiversity

14th June 2017
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

This is a special recording of the Natural Capital’s Operation Group call held on 30th May 2017. The Operations Group encourages the knowledge exchange and collaboration across the business and natural capital community and to promote and develop best practice. This session highlights the application of elements of the Natural Capital Protocol for an agricultural… [more]