Business leaders, government representatives and environmental experts from around the world will gather in Edinburgh this November for the third World Forum on Natural Capital. Join us for the world’s leading natural capital event.
With the global population heading towards nine billion, the natural world is facing unprecedented pressure to support human activity. Not only will this have profound consequences for society and the economy, it will also have major strategic implications for business. The World Forum will once again provide an opportunity for senior decision makers to explore how risk can be turned into opportunity by putting natural capital at the heart of their strategy.
"…a unique gathering of natural capital frontrunners. An excellent and useful event."
Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs
The World Forum on Natural Capital will bring together the leading players and the latest developments in this rapidly evolving field.
Over two days, delegates will have a unique opportunity to engage in high-level discussions and examine how natural capital relates to their own long-term strategy. Parallel sessions can be mixed and matched across the four streams.
Connecting with other leaders, learning from real-life case studies and helping to shape the emerging dialogue, delegates will be able to immerse themselves in a collective effort to manage risks and maximise opportunities.
Thought-provoking plenaries, interactive workshops and lively panel sessions will enable delegates to:
"...both stimulating in the breadth of diversity in the discussions and useful in terms of engaging with colleagues, clients and future clients alike."
Director of Sustainable Economics, Jacobs
Better management of natural capital will not only help provide solutions to tackle some of our biggest global challenges, including climate change, resource scarcity and biodiversity loss, but will also drive innovation.
In a range of inspiring and interactive sessions, speakers from around the world will offer:
"...a fantastic event – good content and precise organisation."
Chief Operating Officer, Trucost
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