As the international community rallies around new pledges for an equitable, nature-positive and carbon-neutral future, the challenge is now to contextualize and operationalize this ambition in all reaches of business, finance, government and wider society.
This is why the Capitals Coalition hosted the Global Dialogues series. The Global Dialogues are a collaborative convening of the Capitals Community across the globe to share experiences and discuss transforming decision-making by including the value of nature, people and society. The Global Dialogues are a combination of in-person, online and hybrid events that took place from 24 October – 10 November 2022.
Events were led by Capitals Hubs globally. The Capitals Hubs are formed by communities of practitioners that develop and scale the capitals approach within specific regional or national contexts or within industries or sectors. To find out more on Capitals Hubs, head here.
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Global Dialogues 2022 Events
Global Dialogues Opening Event
Organized by the Capitals Coalition
25th October, 13:00-14:00 CEST
Join the Capitals Coalition and the Capitals Community in launching the Global Dialogues 2022. The Capitals Coalition will be joined by Business for Nature, Sustain Value and WBCSD in sharing guidance on developments in our space, including the Value Commission, online courses and value accounting, and information on upcoming events as part of Global Dialogues.
Social Value Matters 2022 Europe
Organized by Social Value International
Location: Turin, Italy
Social Value International will bring participants together from across different sectors, to discuss a way of making decisions that listens and responds to stakeholder voices, that is transparent and accountable, that protects people and the planet, and that can be made at a local, regional and global level.
Business Rebalance for Nature – Are nature-based disclosures a gamechanger for businesses in Scotland?
Organized by the Scotland Capitals Hub
26th October, 10:00-15:00 BST
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland and online
This event is an opportunity for large businesses, organisations and SMEs in Scotland and the UK to explore disclosure and natural capital approaches in more depth, particularly those who are going to be using disclosure frameworks in the future. Attendees should leave with an increased understanding of the benefits and practice of assessing and disclosing their organisation’s nature-related risks and impacts, and increased confidence in applying the beta TNFD Framework, ready for the release of the final Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosure recommendations in September 2023.
High-level Government- Business Roundtable Dialogue on Preparation for Convention on Biological Diversity (COP15)
Organized by the West Africa Capitals Hub
1st November, 10.00 GMT +1
Location: Abuja, Nigeria and online
The West Africa Capitals Hub will be bringing together policy-makers and businesses in the West African Region. The Roundtable will enhance the understanding of participants of target 15 as part of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework and aims to build support for an ambitious mandatory requirement to assess and disclose impacts and dependencies on nature.
Businesses and the New Global Biodiversity Framework: Opportunities and Challenges in Implementing Target 15
Organized by the Brazil Capitals Hub
3rd November, 09:30-11:00 UTC-3
The event will bring together prominent representatives of the Brazilian government, the business community, representatives of financial institutions in order to discuss the importance of building an ambitious and innovative milestone that is a key part of deterred and reversed the loss of nature by 2030, leading the planet to a vision of living in harmony with nature by 2050.
Canadian Perspectives on a Multi-capital Approach to Regenerative Economies & Capitals Hub Canada Launch
Organized by the Capitals Hub Canada
Location: Online, 12.00-15.00 EDT
Capitals Hub Canada will be discussing their creation and launch, the importance of natural, human, and social capital in Canada’s context, and what’s at stake at COP15 in Montreal.
Creating a systemic change in the food system by putting the value provided by nature and people at the heart of decision-making: the TEEBAgriFood for Business project
Organized by the India Capitals Hub
As part of the India and Sustainability Standards Conference.
Location: Delhi, India
Impacts & Dependencies Upon Natural Capital of the Spanish Energy Sector
Organized by the Spain Capitals Hub
8th November, 9.30 CET
Location: Madrid, Spain and online.
The event will feature multiple high-level keynote speakers and involve a roundtable with representation from the Spanish Working Group on Natural Capital and Energy discussing impacts and dependencies on natural capital within the Spanish energy sector.
Conserving Caribbean Capital: Working Together to Protect Nature
Organized by the Caribbean Capitals Hub
8 November, 9.00-11.00 AST
The Caribbean Capitals Hub will be bringing together representatives of Caribbean financial institutions, assurance services, development agencies and academia to discuss attempts to mainstream sustainability and climate-focused reporting. The discussion will also reflect on existing best practices or pilots within the region and efforts to advance these practices.
Global Dialogues Closing Event
Organized by the Capitals Coalition
10th November, 15:00 – 16:30 CET
Join the Capitals Coalition and representatives of many Capitals Hubs partaking in the Global Dialogues events as we recap the last three weeks, and focus on our next steps to take together as a global community.
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