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Natural Capital Leaders Platform: Business Risks and Opportunities Report
June 2011 – It is increasingly accepted that we need a step change in the level of practical actions and policy that can deal with long-term risks to business, customers and wider society from the destruction of the natural resource base. This major new business-led programme brings together a cross-sectoral group of leading companies to explore how to bring about these transformational changes.
Located in Resources / Natural Resource Security
Natural Capital Leaders Platform: Business Narratives Report
June 2011 – During 2010, the Cambridge University Programme for Sustainability Leadership (CPSL) established a new process to help businesses engage more effectively with the unfolding challenges linked to the depletion of natural capital.
Located in Resources / Natural Resource Security
Natural Capital Investment Report
June 2011 – Global natural capital is being severely degraded at a rapid rate. In effect, we are now living off the capital rather than the ‘interest’ of the Earth’s natural resources, resulting in increasingly significant economic and social costs.
Located in Resources / Natural Resource Security
Sustainable Water Stewardship: The Next Big Step Forward
June 2011 – summary of the workshop on Sustainable Water Stewardship: The Next Big Step Forward, organised by the University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership (CPSL) and sponsored by Anglian Water.
Located in Resources / Natural Resource Security
Natural Capital Leaders Platform: Summary Report for Phase 1
May 2011 – Early research on the debate in relation to views and action on natural capital among private sector organisations revealed the lack of a clear, statement of the business case for the more structured actions necessary to address the far reaching implications of the degradation of the natural capital.
Located in Resources / Natural Resource Security