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Leading Together – Valuing Nature in Business

What

Companies must anticipate that ecosystem valuation will be more consistently incorporated into public policies, regulations, and political decisions. Ecosystem values will also be increasingly considered by the finance sector and business-to-business customers as they assess the biodiversity and ecosystem-related risks and opportunities of investments and supply chains. In this context, the WBCSD released the Guide to Corporate Ecosystem Valuation (CEV) in 2011, a framework for improving corporate decision-making by enabling companies to consider the actual benefits and values of the ecosystem services they depend and impact on. It is the first of its kind, catering directly for the needs of business. It was developed with fourteen member company road testers and four partners: International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), World Resources Institute (WRI), ERM and PwC.

Who

Eva Zabey, Assistant Program Manager, WBCSD

Eva Zabey leads the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)’s work on ecosystem tools and implementation, including valuing nature in a business context.
 

Nathalie Olsen, IUCN

Nathalie Olsen is an expert environmental economist working at the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). She was a key partner in the development of the Guide to CEV working with Holcim and Rio Tinto.

 

Mathieu Tolian, Project Manager, Corporate Social Responsibility, Veolia Water

Mathieu Tolian is Project Manager at the Corporate Social Responsibility Department of Veolia Water since 2011. He leads the Ecosystems Strategy and manages the internal duplication and external promotion of responsibility best practices.
 

Rashila Kerai, Biodiversity Programme Manager, Holcim

Rashila Kerai is responsible for managing the global biodiversity programme at Holcim Group Support Limited in Switzerland.  She is also the relationship manager for Holcim’s partnership with IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

When

3 October 2012, from 12.30 to 13.30 CET

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  • Elise Magnenat

    Manager, Business Education, WWF International
    T: +41 22 364 9225
    emagnenat@wwfint.org

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