With participation from five Global Network partners, WBCSD delivered its first Reporting matters training in Asia in mid-June.
It's difficult to communicate the level of time, experience, trust and effort that went into the Natural Capital Protocol development process. But looking back over the last two years, we can try.
Global leaders convene to launch new framework that will help businesses make better decisions by including natural capital.
We live in a world where natural capital is drawn down faster than the earth can replenish it, and at an accelerating rate (WWF, 2014 “Living Planet Report 2014”).
As more and more businesses understand the importance of integrating natural capital considerations into their decision-making, there's a corresponding rise in natural capital assessments.
Reporting matters 2015, a new publication by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) developed in partnership with consultants Radley Yeldar