Project team


We are grateful to our Ambassadors for supporting and publicising the 2015 World Forum on Natural Capital :

  • Inger Andersen - Director General, International Union for Conservation of Nature

  • Katherine Garret-Cox - CEO, Alliance Trust

  • Bill Rahill - Director, Environment & Natural Resources Global Practice, World Bank Group


Programme Advisory Panel

The international Programme Advisory Panel is working with the organising team to help develop the programme for the 2015 World Forum on Natural Capital. We are grateful to:

  • Eva Zabey - World Business Council for Sustainable Development

  • Gerard Bos - International Union for Conservation of Nature

  • Anders Nordheim and Ivo Mulder - United Nations Environment Programme

  • Mark Gough - National Capital Coalition


Corporate Advisory Panel

We are also very grateful to members of the Corporate Advisory Panel for their invaluable advice and suggestions in connection with developing the 2015 event:

  • Keith Tuffley - CEO and Founder of NEUW Ventures and Senior Partner at the B Team

  • John Tobin - Managing Director and Global Head of Sustainability, Credit Suisse

  • Ian Marchant - Chairman of the Wood Group and former CEO of Scottish & Southern Energy

  • Ramsay Urquhart - Director of Risk & Compliance, Alliance Trust

  • David Wood - Executive Director, Technical Policy & Services, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland

  • Jim Stretton - former Chief Executive of UK Operations, Standard Life and also formerly a member of the Court of the Bank of England


Organising team

  • Project Director: Jo Pike, Scottish Wildlife Trust

  • Programme Director: Jonathan Hughes, Chief Executive, Scottish Wildlife Trust, and a member of IUCN’s Global Council

  • Event Manager: Bruce Wilson, Scottish Wildlife Trust

  • Event Assistant: Claire Holmes, Scottish Wildlife Trust

  • Public Relations: Stripe

  • Marketing and design agency: Glidden Design Consultants

  • Web developers: Red Paint Multimedia



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The ocean supplies goods and services that are essential to our well-being, whose value has been conservatively estimated at $24 trillion.
(WWF, 2015)


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