As momentum grows around natural capital thinking, national and regional platforms are evolving and being established. Whether it is the World Bank WAVES Program, supporting the roll-out of the United Nations System of Environmental-Economic Accounting for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (UN-SEEA), or new self-forming collaborations, regional approaches are vital in supporting and encouraging action.
This session explores why working at this scale is needed, as well as the benefits and challenges it brings. It will look at the differences and synergies between public and private approaches, and how they are both needed to inform and help to support one another. Through this session, delegates will learn how successes can be replicated across different countries, continents and governance structures.
Led by: Natural Capital Coalition