New speakers, scholarships and a guest blog

New speakers, scholarships and a guest blog

Apply today for a scholarship to attend the 2017 World Forum on Natural Capital, read our latest guest blog by the Technical Director of the Gaborone Declaration for Sustainability in Africa, and view our latest speakers.

Scholarship applications open until 29 September

We are delighted to be working, once again, with the Rotterdam School of Management to offer a limited number of subsidised scholarship places to the World Forum on Natural Capital. Apply by 29 September.

Guest Blog: Accounting for natural capital in sub-Saharan South Africa

Dr Kim Reuter from the Gaborone Declaration for Sustainability in Africa has written our latest guest blog on the work GDSA is doing throughout the continent.

Read more.


Latest speakers announced

We are pleased to announce three new speakers for the 2017 World Forum: Gretchen Daily, Stanford University; Dr Richard Mattison, Trucost; and Dr Helen Crowley, Kering.

Read more.

Further reading

What is natural capital?
Programme outline
News & blog