Decision Making

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]

Almost One Thousand Hectares of Cultivated Land, & the Ecosystem Services They Provide, Continue To Be Lost Each Year

11th May 2018
Published under: Why Natural Capital?

This article was originally published on Phys.org “Each year almost one thousand hectares of cultivated land continue to be lost, thereby wiping out numerous services delivered by the soil, such as filtering water and storing carbon, which are central for our society’s wellbeing. The National Research Programme “Sustainable Use of Soil as a Resource” (NRP… [more]

Natural Capital & the Poor in England: Towards An Environmental Justice Analysis of Ecosystem Services in a High Income Country

10th May 2018
Published under: Data Tools & Methodologies

This paper was originally published in Landscape and Urban Planning Highlights Social inequality is evident in the distribution of a wide range of natural capital. Severity of deprivation is highest on average in coastal districts. Further understanding of the social distribution of the benefits generated by natural capital is required. This can inform land planning and management… [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]

Connecting Finance and Natural Capital, Case Study for eftec: Natural Capital Statements

23rd April 2018
Published under: Case Studies,Featured

The financial institution in brief: eftec is the leading environmental economics consultancy in the UK, supporting investment and management decisions with sound economics since 1992. We have worked on over 500 projects with corporate, public policy and non- governmental clients. We provide a bridge between the academic research and applied work and are considered pioneers… [more]

Connecting Finance and Natural Capital Case Study for Karingani Game Reserve

23rd April 2018
Published under: Case Studies,Featured,Protocol Case Studies

  The financial institution in brief: Karingani Game Reserve is a unique Conservation project in Mozambique founded by three leading conservation investors. The Founding investors finance the project through their respective Family Office institutions which include: Paul Tudor Jones Family Office: Globally recognised philanthropist and conservation investor, with a passion for, and a significant track… [more]