Social Capital

Coalition Organization Olam Announces New Approach to “Creation & Restoration of Natural & Social Capital”

9th April 2018
Published under: Enabling Environment,Featured

This press release was originally published on World Grain.  “Olam International Ltd. has launched the Olam Living Landscapes Policy (OLLP), an initiative the company said supports a “Net-Positive” approach to agricultural supply chains and landscape management. The policy, according to Olam, is geared toward putting back more into food and farming systems than is taken… [more]

Coalition December Newsletter

12th December 2017
Published under: Featured,Natural Capital Coalition

Our December newsletter has been released. Sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page. Read the newsletter here.

Natural Capital Protocol Shapes Yorkshire Water’s Asset & Land Management Strategies

7th December 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Featured

This article was originally published on the World Forum on Natural Capital.  “Yorkshire Water is one of the UK’s largest water companies, providing 5 million domestic customers and 140,000 businesses with 1.3 billion litres of clean water every day. To do this, it’s vital that we manage our 671 treatment works, 83,000km of pipework and… [more]

The Relationship between Social Value Principles and the Natural Capital Protocol

16th November 2017
Published under: Enabling Environment,Featured

This discussion paper was developed by Social Value UK.  “Approaches to understanding and valuing social and environmental value have evolved considerably in recent years. Two principal frameworks are Social Value International’s Social Value Framework, which primarily focuses on social value, and the Natural Capital Coalition’s Protocol, which primarily focuses on natural capital. By understanding these… [more]

Ecosystem Services Provided by Biocrusts: From Ecosystem Functions to Social Values

27th September 2017
Published under: Data Tools & Methodologies,Why Natural Capital?

This paper was originally published in Journal of Arid Environments. “Abstract: Dryland ecosystems usually show low productivity, considerable water losses and land degradation problems associated with soil erosion. Most bare-looking areas in these ecosystems are covered by biocrusts, which represent an important nitrogen and carbon sink and provide essential ecosystem services. However, until now no studies analyzed the role of biocrusts… [more]

A4S Essential Guide to Social & Human Capital Accounting

6th June 2017
Published under: Data Tools & Methodologies,Enabling Environment

This guide is a product of The Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability (A4S). “This Guide aims to help organizations to integrate social and human capital accounting into business decision making. The Guide focuses on practical examples and suggested tools and guidance for how social and human capital can be integrated into decision making in ways that… [more]