Natural Capital 2019 – join the seminar on March 12th in Glasgow
As part of an ongoing partnership with the Landscape Institute, EUROPARC Atlantic Isles are jointly organising a CPD seminar on Natural Capital where Ignace Schops, EUROPARC President and Sarah Bryan from Exmoor National Park are some of the speakers.
Members of EUROPARC Atlantic are able to access this event at a discounted rate with a code that can be obtained from Anita Prosser.
The early bird rate finishes on 26th February 2019. There may be some free places for National Park members.
Natural capital – What’s the opportunity?
Get a new perspective on natural capital – and hear how you can utilize it in your practice.
Continuing the theme and thinking of the LI’s Valuing Landscape Conference 2018, this day of CPD seminars and practical workshops asks the questions that are most pertinent to practitioners today:
- Where are the investment opportunities and new areas of work?
- What are the most robust natural capital assessment methods?
- What’s the opportunity, for your business and for our sector?
Turn the theory into practice: Win new business, achieve positive change, and encourage investment in landscape on a local and national scale.
Be ahead of the curve
The government is already emphasizing a shift to the ‘net gain’ approach and outlining how it will measure the success of its 25 Year Environment Plan. Learn how to demonstrate from day 1 why your work is vital.
New work opportunities
Find out not just what is valuable, but how to value it. Environmental economics presents a huge opportunity for landscape professionals to learn new skills and win new business.
Get hands-on experience
Participate in practical, interactive workshops. Get to grips with the tools and resources available for natural capital accounting, and discover how to engage wider audiences and influence positive behavioral change using the concept of the National Park City.
Meet leading thinkers and practitioners
Enjoy a day of discussion, exchange and collaboration with leaders and peers in land and landscape management, planning, ecology and more.
Further information can be found here: https://www.landscapeinstitute.org/event/licpdday-glasgow-2019-natural-capital/