Businesses, both large and small, recognize the recent proliferation of developments in government and investment policies which closely scrutinize and demand more from their environmental and social performance. Companies are expected to be ahead of the curve when it comes to climate, nature, and equity commitments. Beyond reputational value, understanding the relationship between business and natural, social, and human capital can improve operational efficiency, mitigate physical or transition risks, as well as increase innovation and attract the increasing flows of capital seeking positive impacts.
Join us on 11 October 2023 between 10:00-12:00 CEST for an exclusive masterclass with thought leading organizations, ETIFOR and Capitals Coalition. We will delve into the details of how business can understand their impacts and dependencies on natural, social, and human capitals and leverage the capitals approach to navigate upcoming policy developments and increase confidence for investors to enhance their business value. Learn from in-depth case studies, examples of business transformation, quantifiable impacts on the ground, along with the theory to back it up – including rich discussions on where we are heading beyond 2024.
The perfect primer to the EBNS conference, we look forward to seeing you there!
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ETIFOR: ETIFOR | Valuing Nature is a highly specialized spin-off consulting firm of the University of Padova that helps companies, public bodies, NGOs, and other organizations put nature at the heart of decision-making. With a strong foundation in best practices and standards and a global portfolio of projects, ETIFOR bridges science and practice to deliver practical, feasible, bespoke solutions that deliver measurable benefits for people and the planet.
Capitals Coalition: The Capitals Coalition is a global collaboration redefining value to transform decision making. The Coalition sits at the heart of an extensive global network that has united to advance the capitals approach to decision-making. The capitals approach enables organisations to understand how their success is directly or indirectly underpinned by natural capital, social capital and human capital, empowering them to make decisions that offer the greatest value across all capitals.