The We Value Nature campaign has discovered the stories behind different companies’ natural capital journeys.
Our natural capital stories page will showcase a variety organisations in a variety of sectors and along different stages of the natural capital journey. We’ll be releasing journeys in text and video format with content available to be shared and reused under a Creative Commons license (CC BY 4.0).
We would love to hear about your natural capital journey. Please get in touch at: firstname.lastname@example.org to share your story.
EDP is a Portuguese electric utilities company that generates, transports, distributes and sells electricity. EDP's embarked on a natural capital journey to mitigate the impact of their activities in the Sabor Valley. By taking a natural capital approach, EDP identified solutions that were cheaper, created local jobs and reduced fire hazards.
Sonae Arauco is one of the world’s leading suppliers of wood-based solutions, manufacturing raw, decorative and construction wood products. Influenced by external trends and strategic imperatives, Sonae Arauco made the decision to more to a circular natural capital model. Today, Sonae Arauco’s approach to circular natural capital has four pillars: sustainable forestry and sourcing responsibly, circularity, natural capital conservation and restoration, and innovation.
Grupo Argos is a Colombian conglomerate with large investments in the cement business. Grupo Argos used a Value Added Statement to better understand their relationship with natural capital and to inform decisions and risk assessments.