How are organisations applying natural capital values to their business? How are those values informing decision-making and operations?
Join us at this practical workshop to find out how the Corporate Natural Capital Accounting (CNCA) system was used to integrate financial values for carbon sequestration and recreation, and non-financial values for biodiversity, into a natural capital asset index and balance sheets for Forest Enterprise England.
- When? 9.30 - 2.30pm, Tuesday 28th March 2017
- Where? Aran Room, Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
- Cost? The cost for the event is €80
The workshop will be delivered by Phil Cryle from UK-based environmental economics consultancy, eftec, and Pat Snowdon, Forestry Commission, who will take attendees through the CNCA process step-by-step, explore the relationship between the ecological data organisations already have and the kinds of accounts they can develop, and set out the opportunities and challenges for the CNCA methodology that other organisations might build on on when putting together their own accounts.
- 9.30 - 10: Registration and coffee
- 10 - 11: Overview of the project - Pat Snowdon (FEE)
- 11 - 12: Details of the accounts - Phil Cryle (eftec)
- 12 - 1: Lunch
- 1 - 2: Discussion and Q&A
- 2 - 2.30: Sum up, next steps - Ciaran Fallon (Coillte)
Places are extremely limited, so please book early by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with 'CNCA Workshop' in the subject bar.