This webinar series is designed to provide you with the case studies, theory, good practice examples, signposts and guidance that you need to embed natural capital thinking in your work.
In some organisations and industries, natural capital is well understood, but this certainly isn't the case across the board. So, how much do you need to know? How does natural capital fit into your role and your organisation? What are the benefits to taking natural capital into account in your work? We plan to find out during this webinar series.
The series consists of five free, expert led webinars. While our CEnv and special guest speakers are all experienced in natural capital approaches, they provide the perspectives from different sectors, which makes for an interesting debate and a range of insights. Hear perspectives from:
- Academia (Cranfield University and Harper Adams University)
- Environment Agency
- Grown in Britain
- Highways England
- Mabbett & Associates
- Viridian Logic
Each webinar includes a Q&A session to conclude.
The Society for the Environment is the body responsible for the registration of environmental professionals. We are the custodian of the Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv), Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP) and Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech) registers, and since 2004 have established a sound platform as the body tasked with championing and registering the expertise of environmental professionals.
Working as a partnership with 24 professional bodies, including CIAT, we ensure the quality, relevance and awareness of our registrations and enabling our partners and registrants to work together. We are in a unique position, bringing together a range of disciplines and sectors to reflect the multi-disciplinary practice of environmental professionals.
The Society have registered over 10,000 environmental professionals to date and new registrants are continuing to join the register year on year. We operate under a Royal Charter which mandates us to promote the advancement of, the dissemination of, knowledge of, and education in good environmental practice for the public benefit.
The Society's technical webinars are led by environmental professionals who have proven competence in their environmental work through professional registration.
View more courses from The Society for the Environment below:
A Sustainable Built Environment