Natural England publishes atlas mapping the quantity, quality and location of natural capital in England
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An ambitious new online resource has been launched today (22 January) by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) to help ensure better environmental decision-making by valuing our ‘natural capital’.
Esteemed environmental economist and UN Environment Programme (UNEP) Goodwill Ambassador Pavan Sukhdev has won this year’s prestigious Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement for his work on bringing the economic consequences of environmental degradation and loss to the attention of corporate and political decision-makers.
Stanford Natural Capital Project co-founder GRETCHEN DAILY, Bing Professor in Environmental Science, has been awarded the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement for illuminating and quantifying the economic value of natural environment.
A new natural capital tool has been launched by the government to help farmers and land managers protect the environment.
As we begin a new decade, climate change, sustainability and corporate responsibility are understandably hot topics. With this in mind, Elisabeth Jeffries discusses natural capital balance sheets and what organisations need to consider when pulling them together.
Understanding what nature-based solutions are, and the benefits they bring, will help enable change within the private sector
Leading thinkers in environmental economics and conservation are asking a pressing question. Why are we ignoring the destruction of the living world?
Forests are climate-negative technology at scale. So investments in tropical forests should be investment-ready, and fund managers able to tap the opportunity should be rolling in capital.
The study, funded by The World Bank, uses satellite imagery from 1992 to 2012 to measure light emissions from counties and districts in 47 Sub-Saharan African countries.