Le consortium du WBCSD, dont Synergiz fait partie, va réaliser le Protocole du Capital Naturel

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Le consortium porté par le WBCSD, et dont Synergiz fait partie, a été sélectionné pour réaliser le Protocole du Capital Naturel (Natural Capital Protocol).

En plus de Synergiz, les membres du consortium comprennent: Accenture, ARCADIS, The B Team, Climate Disclosure Standard Board, Conservation International, Deloitte, eCountability Ltd, eftec, ERM, GIST Advisory, Imperial College, Integrated Sustainability Service, Natural Capital Project, PwC, Sustain Value, The Nature Conservancy, World Resources Institute et WWF US.

 

World’s leading experts to work together to establish a harmonised way to measure and value nature in business – Natural Capital Coalition selects two global consortia to develop the Natural Capital Protocol

London, 8 July 2014 – The Natural Capital Coalition (NCC) is pleased to announce its selection of two consortia to develop what will be known as the Natural Capital Protocol. The Protocol will provide a methodology for businesses across the world to understand the impacts that they have and the extent to which they are dependent on the natural environment, its finite natural resources and functioning ecosystems. It will provide previously invisible, yet crucial, information for business decision-making and risk-management.  Proponents of the Natural Capital Protocol see it as a major game-changer in building the business case for sustainability.

The work on the Protocol brings together the world’s leading institutions on this subject, in the form of two consortia from business, accountancy, consultancy, financial institutions, and NGOs. The two consortia are managed by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

The consortium managed by the WBCSD will bring together the various methodologies, systems and ideas currently in the market into a single harmonised measurement and valuation framework for natural capital – the Natural Capital Protocol (NCP). The consortium managed by the IUCN, will translate the Protocol into two sector specific guides on food & beverage and apparel; it will also manage a central hub which will deliver business led pilot testing of the NCP with a variety of global companies.

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  1. Le deuxieme groupe de travail des redacteurs du Protocole du Capital Naturel s’est reuni a Londres du 11 au 13 fevrier dernier, au siege de Mitsubishi… Version 0 du Protocole devrait etre disponible pour consultation fin mai 2015.

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