Natural Capital Accounting for Organizations – webinar on 18th March, 10:00 – 11:00. A part of the We Value Nature 10-Day Challenge
eftec and Little Blue Research have been selected to take part in the We Value Nature 10-Day Challenge, an action-oriented 10-day event, running from 11-24 March 2021.
Ece Ozdemiroglu and Dr Stephanie Hime will be running a session on BSI:8632 Natural Capital Accounting for organizations.
The event is free, but places are limited. To register for the event please click here and for more information about the 10-Day challenge please click here.
How to be Heard in Times of Crisis
UKNEE’s envecon2021 is just around the corner.
As part of Session 4: ‘ How to Be Heard in Times of Crisis’, we are asking that attendees spare no more than 10 minutes of their time on a survey that will pool experiences to help us all communicate better. Whether you plan to attend the conference or this particular session, your input will be highly valuable.
If you have not yet registered for envecon2021, you can do so here.
UKNEE 2021 webinars start with a deep dive into Dasgupta Review
Emily McKenzie, Head of Evidence and Policy for the Dasgupta Review on Economics, and two of her team from HM Treasury spoke about the Independent Dasgupta Review on the Economics of Biodiversity last week, covering its purpose, findings and implications for the work of environmental economists.
UK Network for Environmental Economists event recordings are normally available only to UKNEE members but this one is available to all, here.
You can view UKNEE's upcoming Spring/Summer Webinar Series and reserve your place at any or all of these webinars by clicking this link.
More information will be released in the coming months. For regular updates, and access to recordings of these webinars, you can become an UKNEE member by clicking this link