Paola Ovando, The James Hutton Institute, supported by AECOM
This session highlights the use of natural capital thinking and approaches in different sectors from a policy and practical perspective. The session will comprise short oral presentations that combine conceptual reflections on bringing private and social objectives together into land decision-making, and case studies that illustrate how natural capital assessment, valuation and accounting approaches can inform decision- and policy-making. Case studies include natural capital approaches by the National Grid, Yorkshire Water, the Crown Estate Scotland, the Scottish Government and the Black Mountains Land Use Partnerships.
The session will focus on the following two questions: (1) How can natural capital accounting approaches be operationalised to inform, support, and coordinate sustainable private and public sector land use decision-making? (2) How can public national accounting and private sector assessments on natural capital be more transparent and integrated?
- Paola Ovando Pol, The James Hutton Institute
- Marta Santamaria, Natural Capital Coalition
This session is scheduled for Day 1, 21 May 2019, 3pm-4.30pm.