Seafood Funds Seek to Establish An Investment Trend in Sustainable Fisheries

29th March 2018
Published under: Case Studies,Why Natural Capital?

This article was originally published on Impact Alpha. “Managing wild fisheries with proven sustainability practices can mean bigger, not smaller, catches of tasty seafood. That creates an opportunity for investors with a long-term view who are willing to invest through the transition period required for depleted fisheries to recover. Three fund managers who are early… [more]

The Chesapeake Bay Restoration Plan is Fueling “Most Robust Resurgence of Underwater Grasses in the World” – Washington Post

12th March 2018
Published under: Enabling Environment

This article was originally published on The Washington Post.  “The Chesapeake Bay restoration plan is fueling the most robust resurgence of underwater grasses and submerged aquatic vegetation in the world, according to a new study. The study credited the growth to a federal and multistate effort to restore the bay’s health, a project that President Trump plans to… [more]

Scaling Up Seafood Sustainability: An Illustrated Journey

7th February 2018
Published under: Data Tools & Methodologies,Enabling Environment

This report was originally published on The Solutions Journal.  “Forward: After fifteen years of deep involvement in the sustainable seafood movement globally, it became apparent where the movement has excelled and where particular challenges remain. Two things are clear: the ecological health of oceans is still deeply threatened and funding is not always successfully appropriated to… [more]

Conservation of European Flat Oyster Will ‘Greatly Improve’ Water Quality & Biodiversity in the North Sea

5th December 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment,Why Natural Capital?

This article was originally published at EurekAlert. “A new European alliance for the conservation of the European flat oyster has been established. If successful, it could see the water quality and biodiversity of the North Sea greatly improved. The European flat oyster represents a key species with important ecological functions and ecosystem services in the… [more]

The Natural Treasures of Bonaire (Video)

4th December 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Enabling Environment

This video was produced by Wolfs Company.  “The Wolfs Company documentary “National Treasures of Bonaire” was produced to communicate the results of the project TEEB Bonaire. The documentary gives an insight in how the economic value of nature is linked to everyday life. It raised awareness about the importance of healthy ecosystems and has gained… [more]

Scientists Say Damage to Florida’s Coral Reef has Made the State More Vulnerable to Storm Surges – Washington Post

13th September 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment,Why Natural Capital?

This article was originally published on The Washington Post.  “As we begin to piece together the damage from Hurricane Irma in Florida, scientists are pointing to an environmental factor that may have made the storm’s impact worse: the ongoing loss of coral on the state’s increasingly threatened barrier reef. At 360 miles long, the Florida Reef Tract… [more]