This calendar gives details of natural capital-related events, workshops, conferences, training sessions, webinars, talks and other key dates. To submit your event, please contact us.
Date: 11am - 1pm on Friday April 12th, followed by lunch
Venue: Botany Lecture Theatre, Botany Department, Trinity College Dublin (map).
Host organisation: Irish Forum on Natural Capital
Ecosystem accounting is being used by countries all over the world to support policies on biodiversity, climate, resource efficiency, nitrogen, water, forestry and sustainable agriculture, as well as to better understand synergies and trade offs between biodiversity and land, resource, ecosystem service use.
Join Mark Eigenraam (IDEEA Group) on Monday April 12th for a free workshop on the nuts and bolts of ecosystem accounting with one of the architects of the approach. Mark will explore the origins of ecosystem accounting, the different types of account, the data behind them, the role of valuation, how the accounts interact to present information, and how they're being used by decision-makers around the world to support better policy. Registration is free, but please rsvp to email@example.com
Date: 2pm – 4pm, Monday 29th April 2019. Light lunch from 1-2pm.
Venue: Chartered Accountants House, Pearse Street, Dublin 2 (map)
The financial policy landscape is evolving in response to environmental risk. How can Ireland leverage the natural capital approach to drive investment from capital markets towards better management of assets? The authors of the Natural Capital Protocol from S&P Global (Trucost) and eftec are leading a workshop that explores the trends in regulation and market-based incentives, examines the connections to corporate natural capital assessments, and maps out the pathway to ESG performance. Registration is free, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 21 - 22 May, 2019
Location: The Crystal, London
Host organisation: Natural Capital Initiative
Valuing our Life Support Systems 2019 offers an independent platform for people in science and policy, NGOs, businesses and local communities to discuss and debate innovative natural capital solutions that enhance the environment and strengthen society.