This article was originally published on LinkedIn.
“Throughout January, the CLA will be looking back at what we learned throughout the 2016 Rural Business 2030 programme which culminated in last month’s Rural Business Conference.
As part of this programme the CLA held a number of seminars, including one on natural capital, which took place in September 2016. The seminar brought together policymakers, landowners and academics to discuss the future of natural capital and the opportunities for investment in it. CLA Senior Land Use Policy Adviser Jonathan Baker looks back at the seminar and reports on the discussion that took place on investment in natural capital.
Last year the CLA, working with its members and an invited group of experts, developed a vision and set of recommendations on how to increase investment in our natural capital. This work, launched at the CLA’s inaugural rural business conference, will shape the priorities of the CLA over the coming years.
Looking ahead in 2017 the CLA will be working to achieve…”
Read on at: LinkedIn.