This adapted training module, designed for food and beverage businesses, organisations or colleagues, provides practical and concrete guidance on how, as a company, you can begin to scope a first natural capital assessment in order to integrate nature into decision-making.
This training is targeted at individuals with an initial understanding of natural capital or that have taken part in/familiarized with We Value Nature’s module 1 training. It is particularly relevant for individuals that play an active role in sustainability/environment in their company or organization and are looking to better understand the practicalities of conducting a natural capital assessment.
The learning objectives for this module are to:
- Identify natural capital impacts and dependencies that are material to your business;
- Acquire the necessary understanding, resources, and tools to scope your own assessment;
- Be introduced to measuring and valuing natural capital; while
- Sharing key practical considerations, tips and steps to take when undertaking a first assessment.
We would love to hear your feedback on the material as well as how you have 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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Facilitator guide for delivering We Value Nature module two training to the food and beverage sector.
Slide deck for delivering We Value Nature module two training to the food and beverage sector.
Speaking notes for delivering We Value Nature module one training to the food and beverage sector.
Workbook for delivering We Value Nature module two training to the food and beverage sector.
Metro's Natural Capital Journey
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Eosta's natural capital journey
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Coca-Cola’s natural capital journey
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Entry points to natural capital
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This infographic links a natural capital approach to various other concepts your organisation might be more familiar with.
Natural capital network analysis
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Persona action cards for natural capital thinking
These action cards assist professionals in the position of Sustainability Manager, CEO, CFO, Procurement Officer or Farmer to become more effective and deliver more impact.
These cards have been developed for the Food and Beverage sector.