Environmental, social and governance (ESG) policies, as well as science-based targets (SBTs), are influencing the financial markets in many respects, from investment behaviours to government-supplied income streams.
In addition, industries dependent on land assets are being forced to revaluate their business models as industrialised practices are shown to be unsustainable – for nature, for their livelihoods and for their communities.
Alternative financial markets, from environmental credits to land management schemes, are relatively limited, but advances in fintech are emerging rapidly. Restoring land-based assets is now, for many, a necessary step in securing future income streams and ensuring financial sustainability.
Corporate ESG requirements are difficult to track and measure; we provide scientifically rigorous data solutions to address this.
Environmental credits, such as those relating to carbon, are in short supply and sometimes controversial. Our solutions aim to provide rigorous evidence to support emerging credit schemes and green finance markets.
We are at the forefront of ESG discussions so that you are better able to understand how to respond to a range of land management issues in a complex policy environment.
With so many options arising for the future use of land, and constant demands for accountability and value generation, we offer clarity on the best in class.
Natural capital credits are in demand, and we are at the forefront of this exciting market, developing next-generation carbon, biodiversity and nature recovery credits.
Carbon neutral and nature positive solutions are in demand from companies and conservation organisations – we can guide you to get the best of both worlds.
Our experts often support work groups and businesses to gain insights into the innovations in greening finance, how these relate to land management, and how they generate sustainable revenues into the future.
We develop business strategies that draw on land-based assets to build income and benefit the environment. Using our unique Recoverable Earth Delivery Framework, we take social, natural and economic considerations into account.
Taking inspiration from the existing value of natural capital, our strategies revitalise biodiversity in alignment with the evolving financial landscape – ensuring economic, social and environmental sustainability in the long term.
Our innovative, nature-based finance solutions are designed to work for landowners, corporates, capital investors and more.
Our services are supported by our Recoverable Earth Delivery Framework, ensuring a systematic and scientific approach to your finance solutions.
Through this method, we seek to understand the ecological, regulatory, economic and cultural context of your landholdings to effectively guide your transition to nature-based income streams.
Natural capital mapping involves identifying natural assets, from habitats to biodiversity, to measure the total number, quality and value of natural assets.
We provide natural capital mapping services to help organisations measure the value of their land sites, verify measured evidence for compliance, and inform strategic planning and development.
We are developing a platform called CreditNature that supports investment in the restoration of wild nature, creating new jobs and business opportunities. Based on the deployment of cutting-edge technologies and rewilding principles, it solves the challenge of converting ecological change into robust metrics, credits and units that can be verified, forecasted, traded and invested in.
By connecting land assets with financial markets, the platform aims to replace agricultural subsidies with public-benefit payments in an evidence-based system.
CreditNature will generate new value for landowners, investors, a wider network of stakeholders and society at large. By accelerating nature recovery, it offers the prospect of a greener and better future.
Our rewilding advisory service is designed to help landowners adopt creative land management strategies that identify, harness and sustain valuable natural capital. Our approach is designed to generate new revenue streams and value for people and society.
We’ll guide you through our unique five-step process to help you implement rewilding projects – from design to management post-delivery – and harness rewilding to promote sustainable, long-term income.
We work with landowners to develop rewilding strategies that offer consumption-based income, such as leisure, tourism and recreational experiences. This allows landowners to build sustainable, nature-based economies through non-material value, such as concessions or licence fees, to support their livelihoods.
We can not only help you regenerate nature to support this approach, but we can perform recreational monitoring to ensure optimal value in the long term.
Get in touch with us today to see how you can grow your revenue through delivery of nature-based solutions.
We are always excited to take on new projects, approach unique challenges, and create novel solutions to make your rewilding objectives possible.
If you want to take on a nature restoration project or want to join our aim to accelerate rewilding, then we want to help.
Get in touch with us today and let’s talk about what we can achieve together.
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