Natural Capital Coalition

Coalition April Newsletter

25th April 2017
Published under: Natural Capital Coalition

Our April newsletter goes live! Sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page. Read the newsletter here.

How & Why Do Diverse Actors Come Together to Pursue Natural Capital Approaches?

20th April 2017
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

Peter Wilshuen, Associate Professor of Environmental Studies at Brucknell University (Pennsylvania, USA), has approached the Coalition about conducting research on natural capital approaches and conservation governance.  He will be following the work of the Natural Capital Coalition as an interesting example of a governance network associated with international conservation that seeks to advance natural capital… [more]

Finance Sector Supplement to the Natural Capital Protocol: An Invitation to Pilot Test

3rd April 2017
Published under: Natural Capital Coalition

An invitation to pilot test The Finance Sector Supplement to the Natural Capital Protocol is being developed through an open, collaborative process; an essential part of this is the piloting and consultation phase. We are therefore inviting finance institutions across the board to pilot and test the draft Supplement, and offer their insight into the… [more]

Coalition March Newsletter

28th March 2017
Published under: Natural Capital Coalition

Our March newsletter goes live! Sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page. Read the newsletter here.

Natural Capital Coalition

Natural Capital Coalition Strategy 2017-2020

28th March 2017
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

Natural Capital Coalition Partners with Cambridge Conservation Initiative to Strengthen Biodiversity in the Natural Capital Protocol

27th March 2017
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

When the draft of the Natural Capital Protocol was released for consultation, over 100 comments focused on the need to do more about ‘biodiversity’. But when it comes to putting values on nature, biodiversity has always been a thorny issue. It is a key component of natural capital ‘stock’ and it is the interactions between… [more]