Training resources

Training resourcesThe We Value Nature campaign has analysed the latest Natural Capital thinking and research in behavioural change to help individuals and organisations take the next steps on their natural capital journeys. Our research has shaped our training events and we want to share the resources we've developed.

“The training programme is split into a series of modules which we'll be releasing over the coming months. Each module can be delivered over multiple durations. 

We want you to use and adapt these ready-made materials in your training, seminars, workshops or conferences. Help us spread the word about the importance of integrating nature in business decision-making and help make valuing nature the new normal for business.

“We would love to hear your feedback on the material and how you’ve made use of it. Please get in touch at: Training@wevaluenature.eu or submit your resources to the We Value Nature media library

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Training resources created by We Value Nature have all been made available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. This means you are free to share and adapt the resources but must give appropriate credit. View our best practice on how to appropriately credit

Module 1: Introduction to natural capital

This module has been designed for businesses, organisations or colleagues in the early stages of their natural capital journey with an interest in learning more about what natural capital is, why it is important for business and how to start integrating it into business decision-making.

Module 2: A first natural capital assessment

Using the Natural Capital Protocol as a basis, this module provides practical and concrete guidance on how, as a company, you can begin to approach a first natural capital assessment in order to integrate nature into decision-making. This training module has been developed in collaboration with Little Blue Research Ltd.