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Asda’s Andy Murray appointed Chair of the Natural Capital Impact Group
Andy Murray, Chief Customer Officer of Asda, has been appointed the new Chair of the Natural Capital Impact Group (NCIG), a global network of companies, working collaboratively to determine how business can sustain the natural world and its resources, converned by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.
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Business and investment leaders collaborate on how to measure and minimise their impact on the natural world
27 October 2016 – In the first CISL meeting of its kind, over 20 leaders from across the business and investment industries came together for a workshop to discuss their common goal to measure and minimise their impact on the natural world.
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Business leaders come together to discuss commercial logic for action on environment
3 March 2015 – Senior decision-makers from 20 leading international companies including Mars, Nestlé and Olam have met to discuss the need to build commercial logic for business to protect the environment at scale.
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Business to consider their impact on the natural environment in key decisions thanks to new metric from the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
12 July 2018 – The Natural Capital Impact Group (NCIG) yesterday hosted an event for over 50 participants, including 25 businesses, to launch a new metric that will help companies reduce their impact on biodiversity, soil and water – natural resources which are crucial for business continuity and preserving the Earth’s ecosystems.
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Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership to lead Natural Capital Coalition’s Protocol Application Program
26 July 2016 – The Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) will lead the Protocol Application Program on behalf of the Natural Capital Coalition it has been announced today.
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CISL to develop business hub to test a new Natural Capital Protocol
22 July 2014 - Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership has been selected by the Natural Capital Coalition to develop and pilot a new Natural Capital Protocol.
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CISL working with Nestlé to help UK dairy farmers protect natural capital
16 February 2018 – The Natural Capital Impact Group (NCIG) have launched a new case study showcasing an innovative scheme with Nestlé which is encouraging UK dairy farmers to take practical measures to enhance the natural environment.
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Commercial forestry urged to consider natural resources in its decision-making in new CISL report
2 March 2017 – Today, the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership publishes a new report on the importance of the commercial forestry industry managing the risks and opportunities associated with natural resources.
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Companies agree to step up action to address growing pressures on UK water
29 May 2018 – Over 60 organisations including businesses such as M&S, Nestlé, Coca Cola and Asda as well as number of water companies including Anglian Water, Thames Water and Yorkshire Water, have agreed to step up action to address the increasing pressures to UK water through improved catchment management.
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Cotton industry must incorporate natural capital in its business plans to ensure sustainable future, new University of Cambridge report says
11 February 2016 – Seven leading global businesses called today on all actors in the cotton industry to accelerate action on natural capital to ensure a sustainable future for the sector. They joined forces with social and environmental initiatives and cotton experts to produce a report that demonstrates the positive natural capital impacts of specific cotton production practices.
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