Monitoring the State of Natural Capital for a truly Circular Economy

04.06.14 - 04.06.14

The session on Natural Capital Accounting, will provide insight on the increasing number of initiatives, both within the public and the private sector, that recognise the importance of analysing and monitoring the state of natural capital and how we impact and depend on it.

The session will seek to identify the areas of focus by governments and companies in assessment and accounting of natural capital and to discuss possible next steps for scaling up good practice examples at macro and micro level.

The Session is organized as part of Green Week 2014, the biggest annual conference on European environment policy. More on the event here

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