The Role of Business in Natural Capital Accounting & the Sustainable Development Goals

11th June 2018
Published under: Case Studies,Featured

This paper was originally published on Wealth Accounting and theValuation of Ecosystem Services (WAVES).  By Chris Brown,¹ Ian Dickie,² Joseph Harris-Confino,³ Petri Lehtonen, 4 Carl Obst, 5 and Hannah Pitts³. ¹ Olam, ² eftec, ³ Natural Capital Coalition, 4 Indufor, 5 IDEEA Group. “Summary: Every business impacts and depends upon natural capital, and this relationship yields significant risks… [more]

Coalition May Newsletter

29th May 2018
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

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Natural Capital Coalition Profiled in EY ‘Reporting’

22nd May 2018
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

This article was originally published on EY Reporting. “The Natural Capital Coalition was set up in November 2012 to raise awareness within the corporate world of how businesses both affect their environment and depend on it. “We’re not a body, we’re a space in between people who are doing lots of brilliant things,” is how… [more]

The Coalition Has Been Named As Headline Partner For the ENDS Natural Capital Conference

18th May 2018
Published under: Featured

This text was provided by ENDS Report Latest findings from Defra’s Pioneering Projects to be revealed at the ENDS Natural Capital Conference. The Coalition has partnered with ENDS on the ENDS Natural Capital Conference to bring you the best natural capital advances to date. There will be a variety of topics covered such as, dealing… [more]

Connecting Finance and Natural Capital: Case Study for Rabobank

14th May 2018
Published under: Case Studies,Featured

The financial institution in brief: Rabobank is a bank by and for customers, a cooperative bank, a socially- responsible bank. Our aim is to be market leader across all financial markets in the Netherlands. We are also committed to being a leading bank in the field of food and agri worldwide. Rabobank is an international… [more]

For the First Time, Indigenous Groups in the Amazon Assess Ecosystem Services of their Territory & Impacts if They Disappear

26th April 2018
Published under: Enabling Environment,Featured

This article was originally published on WWF. ““Our grandparents knew our territory well, its sacred and productive places and the risks we assumed if we did not use resources appropriately. But part of that ancestral wisdom remained with them and was not registered or was difficult to translate into a language that would allow us… [more]