If you missed a workshop or panel discussion during the summit, you can read the session summaries and revisit some of the presentations here.

Day 1 – Parallel sessions

Artificial Intelligence for improving natural capital management and decision support
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and IPBES
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Key issues and future challenges for environmental governance
Middlesex University London & The James Hutton Institute
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Valuing nature – what works? What we have learned from the Valuing Nature Programme
Valuing Nature Network
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Implementing Wholescapes guidance; challenges and opportunities to reconnect policy and people from land to sea
University of Liverpool and Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
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Day 1 – Parallel sessions 2

Pioneering natural capital approaches in the marine environment
Marine Management Organisation
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Valuing nature beyond economics: structures for sustainability
University of Winchester
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It’s not fair: reducing urban health inequalities through better management of natural capital
Natural England
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Integrated natural capital approaches for land managers
The James Hutton Institute, supported by AECOM and the Natural Capital Coalition
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Day 2 – Parallel sessions 3

Delivering biodiversity AND environmental net gain using the natural capital approach – Practical Implementation
Arcadis and WSP
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Marine natural capital accounting within the UK, its Overseas Territories and the Commonwealth
Joint Nature Conservation Committee 
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How do we quantify the benefits of urban greenspace and natural capital to health?
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with University College London
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Implementing a natural capital approach across local to regional scales: the importance of context
Natural Capital Solutions and Ecosystem Knowledge Network
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Day 2 – Parallel sessions 4

Advancing and integrating methods for natural capital monitoring and assessment across the UK
Scottish Natural Heritage and the UK Environmental Observation Framework
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(How) can marine protected areas deliver both conservation and socio-economic benefits?
Institute for European Environmental Policy
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Combining Forces on natural capital
Natural Capital Coalition
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Theatre workshop: Nature in Action
Bond Ambition
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Speed talks
  • We Value Nature – the new normal for business, Paul Mahony, Oppla
  • Delivering a Natural Capital Approach in Greater Manchester, Krista Patrick, Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • Challenges of implementing the nature connection-wellbeing-health nexus, Frances Harris, University of Hertfordshire
  • Adding a new dimension – integrating heritage into natural capital, Hannah Fluck, Historic England
  • The Conservation Right – a new property right for natural capital, Jaime Ubilla, Conservation Right Foundation
  • Exploring the application of Natural Capital Protocol in land-based business and regional Ecosystem Accounts, Paola Ovando Pol, The James Hutton Institute

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