The leading forum to catalyse investment in the natural environment
Date for the next annual conference now set for 14th May 2020, taking place in London. Register your interest via firstname.lastname@example.org
This innovative environmental finance conference is advancing investment in the natural environment on the basis of its economic value.
The 2019 event took place on 28th February 2019, with the participation of over 220 delegates.
Materials for delegates
If you misplaced or lost your delegate pack please do get in touch at conference@ecosystemsknowledge and we will send a new one.
Presentations from the day are accessible within the event programme webpage, using the password you have been emailed.
If you attended this years conference, but didn't have time to complete your feedback from you can now do so online at: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NatCapInvest2019
A restored natural environment can play a big part in resilience against flooding, water shortage and summer heat episodes. It is central to climate change adaptation. This annual event demonstrates that green finance – and green growth – offers unprecedented opportunities for financial institutions to invest in UK natural features such as woodland, peatland and wetland.
Financial services experts, public policy advisors, land owners and managers, environmental experts and business leaders came to the conference. Positioning their organisations at the centre of ambitions to restore the natural environment of the UK, recognising its role to underpin national wellbeing and prosperity.
- Securing long-term revenue streams
- Opportunities and financial models for impact investors
- The pipeline of UK environmental restoration projects
Roles for government to support the market
Designed to turn discussion into action, the confernece provided a catalyst for new partnerships between financial institutions, land owners, environmental organisations and government. It addressed the challenge laid down by the Green Finance Task Force in March 2018 that “increased private sector investment into protecting and enhancing natural capital will also be crucial to improving our resilience.”
2019 Conference Partners