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Delivering Natural Capital

10 Jun 2020

Chaired by Cath Crowther, CLA Eastern Regional Director

Farmers can play a key role in managing ecosystem services for society; from carbon sequestration to flood risk management, air and water quality. There’s an emerging market for natural capital. This session explores how farmers can tap into the opportunity.

• Emily Norton, Savills talks about understanding what you have by accounting for Natural Capital, which is key to supporting the recognition and reward that is needed for ‘good farming’

• Prof David Hill, Environment Bank explores practical and effective compensation solutions for regenerating biodiversity for landowners and farmers.

• Guy Thompson, Entrade reviews the opportunities for farmers in water, nitrates and carbon trading and sequestration funding.

• Ben Wills outlines Beeswax Farming’s natural capital strategy to reduce its carbon footprint and carbon sequestration


Cath Crowther, Country Land and Business Regional Director (East) - CLA
Emily Norton, Head of Rural Research - Savills
David Hill CBE, DPhil(Oxon), CEnv, FCIEEM, Chairman and Founding Owner - The Environment Bank Ltd
Guy Thompson, Managing Director of EnTrade and Group Director, Environmental Futures of Wessex Water - EnTrade
Ben Willis, Head of Property - Beeswax Farming




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