Stakeholder Engagement

Natural Capital Protocol: Case Study for Natura

11th September 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Featured

The company in brief: Natura is the leading multinational Brazilian company operating in the cosmetics, personal care and beauty industries. With its headquarters in São Paulo, the company employs around 6500 staff in eight countries. The company has a Sustainability Vision which assumes the commitment of integrating environmental and social impacts into Natura’s economic results… [more]

Business Dependence on Ecosystem Services: A Review on Salmon

29th June 2017
Published under: Case Studies

This case study is a product of Wolfs Company.  Executive Summary: Business Dependence on Ecosystem Services: How to Identify Risks & Opportunities? An Ecosystem Services Review on Salmon Aquaculture in Chile. The Challenge “Healthy ecosystems form the basis for numerous business operations. Some industries depend to such a great extent on the services ecosystems provide,… [more]

Why Your Finance Director Should Care About Soil

29th March 2017
Published under: Why Natural Capital?

This article was originally published on Scottish Forum for Natural Capital.  Key points: Natural capital accounting can help to make the case for across the business for considering natural capital in decision making, for example to the Finance Director. Businesses cans start to develop natural capital thinking by considering the internal information they can make more of… [more]

Cornwall’s Environmental Growth Strategy 2015-2065

23rd March 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment

This report was originally published on Cornwall.gov.uk. “Forward: This is the first time that Cornwall has had an overarching strategy for the environment. We continue to witness the decline of nature in Cornwall as climate change, population pressure and modern day life impact on our surroundings that have provided us with vital natural resources through… [more]

Citizen Science & Web-Based Modelling Tools for Managing Freshwater

3rd March 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment

This report is a product of Imperial College London.  The headlines: Involving local communities in monitoring water and land resources – so-called citizen science – can create new data and knowledge, improve conventional decision making and optimise water resource benefits. The use of low-cost hydrological sensors in Nepal allowed local stakeholders to generate useful data… [more]

ACCA President’s Debate: ‘Accounting For Public Goods: The Social & Natural Capital Imperatives

20th February 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment

This article was originally published on ACCA.  “EU and global stakeholders discussed the vital next steps to further embed natural capital and social considerations in business decision making during ACCA’s President Debate in Brussels Social and Natural Capital imperatives are increasingly seen as potentially material issues that businesses of all types and investors should manage… [more]