Tool Assessor is designed to help professionals to discover products that may help them assess what the environment does for people. It is provided by the Ecosystems Knowledge Network.
As we revise Tool Assessor, we’d like to hear your experience of using products designed to help you understand what the environment does for people.
Book your free place now. A unique event, bringing together nature-based projects and green finance to equip the UK to lead the green recovery.
Book today for your free place in this webinar and learn from a highly-acclaimed Skyline Project in South Wales. Discovering new approaches to local stewardship of landscape takes place on 9th September.
Our next webinar will take place on 9th July. Join over 250 people who have already registered and disover more about the Natural Capital Atlases that have been formed by Natural England.
Our May e-news has been issued to all our members. It contains a round-up of links to events, case studies and resources on the theme of connecting environment, wellbeing and prosperity.
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Register now for our next webinar:
The Natural Capital Laboratory - forming a digitally integrated social and natural capital account
Thursday 4th June 2020, 1 - 2pm.
To register for a place, visit our webinars page.
All our members received our April e-news, full of links to webinars, news and resources on the theme of connecting wellbeing and prosperity with a healthy natural environment. Get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a sample of what our members receive each month.
You are invited to register as a member for free at https://ecosystemsknowledge.net/join if you want to receive future monthly mailings.
The Esmee Fairbairn Foundation has published a report entitled Emerging funding opportunities for the natural environment today, 26th February 2020. It contains a review of the current landscape for innovative funding of environmental enhancement across the UK. The review was completed by Environmental Finance Ltd and Ecosystems Knowledge Network, with funding and support from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
The Natural Capital Committe released its seventh report yesterday, 16th January.
There's lots in there:
- Critique of National Infrastructure Commission in relation to natural capital consideration
- Reference to all landowners doing corporate natural capital accounting in a standardised way
Before Easter, we have training on three topics central to our mission. Places are filling up fast, so book soon.
Responding to the interests of its members and the growing discussion about treeplanting and woodland creation in relation to climate change mitigation and adaptation, EKN is delighted to announce the Accelerating Woodland Creation Conference, taking place on 25th March 2020.
Forest Research have been undertaking research to explore the ecosystem services provided by the urban forest.
Their findings can now be accessed for the ecosystem services of small and medium stature trees and large stature trees. This research was informed by the i-Tree Eco model.
Collectively, these Research Reports will be useful to those engaged in urban forestry management by helping to identify which tree species may be favoured for the delivery of particular ecosystem services through selective planting.
- Future Parks Initiative Launched
- Biodiversity Net Gain in Scotland
- Neighbourhood plan rooted in 'natural capital'
- Our Planet: Our Business
- Funding to raise the impat of research
- New biodiversity tool on the block
- Inestment Forum gains new recognition
- Ecosystems Knowledge Network webinars
- Future Planning conference
- Ecosystems Knowledge Network training
- TCPA & Green Infrastruture Partnership conference
- London National Park City
The Ecosystems Knowledge Network are excited to reveal the upcoming Future Planning conference. This event will run on the 8th October 2019 in Glasgow.
Continuing trends towards urbanisation and the pressing realities of a climate emergency require us to urgently revaluate how we plan, design and build the ways we live in and move around our urban environments. A step change in the scale, pace and culture of delivery is needed.
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