Stakeholder Engagement

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]

Connecting Finance and Natural Capital: Case Study for Bankinter

19th April 2018
Published under: Case Studies,Featured,Protocol Case Studies

  The financial institution in brief: Bankinter is a Spanish commercial bank founded as an industrial bank in 1965 between Santander Bank and Bank of America. In 1972, Bankinter first became a publicly quoted company, turning the bank into an independent commercial institution. Bankinter is recognizes and is concerned about the material environmental risks that… [more]

Collaboration to Protect Biodiversity Hotspot in the Greater Mekong

11th April 2018
Published under: Enabling Environment

This article was originally published on Global Environment Facility (GEF). “The Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) is a natural economic area bound together by the Mekong River basin that includes parts of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, and China. Covering over 1 million square miles, the GMS is home to more than 300 million people, and… [more]

Upper River Basin Watersheds: Sustainable, Equitable & Profitable Interventions

23rd March 2018
Published under: Enabling Environment,Why Natural Capital?

This report is a product of CGIAR. “The CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE) has conducted innovative research in the upper watersheds of the Ganges, Mekong, Red and Nile river basins. WLE sought to identify how to improve people’s livelihoods in ways that are equitable, profitable and sustainable, while also improving ecosystem services… [more]

Mapping Regional Livelihood Benefits From Local Ecosystem Services Assessments in Rural Sahel

19th February 2018
Published under: Data Tools & Methodologies

This paper was originally published at Stockholm Resilience Centre. “Abstract: Most current approaches to landscape scale ecosystem service assessments rely on detailed secondary data. This type of data is seldom available in regions with high levels of poverty and strong local dependence on provisioning ecosystem services for livelihoods. We develop a method to extrapolate results… [more]

Knowledge Needs for the Operationalisation of the Concept of Ecosystem Services

30th January 2018
Published under: Data Tools & Methodologies,Enabling Environment

This paper was originally published in Ecosystem Services. Highlights We identify four interrelated areas of knowledge need for turning the ecosystem service concept into practice. These knowledge needs focus on setting up and undertaking multi-stakeholder collaborations. Scientific communities need to develop know how for working with other stakeholders across contexts. Developments in transdisciplinary research provides a… [more]