20 Jun '11, 3pm

Eleven Questions (and Answers) about Corporate Ecosystem Valuation, Part I

Eleven Questions (and Answers) about Corporate Ecosystem Valuation, Part I

The Corporate Ecosystem Services Review (ESR) is a screening tool that provides a structured means for companies to understand, in a matter of weeks or months, the risks and opportunities they face in relation to their ecosystem impacts and dependencies. ESR gives a company a rough idea of how significant their impacts and opportunities are and how these could be incorporated into their strategy. If warranted, they can opt to do a CEV study which enables them to value these risks and opportunities, often in quantitative or monetary terms. WBCSD was the main contributor to the development of ESR, just as WRI was one of the four partners in the development of CEV. The two tools are complementary. If you’re wondering if your impacts or dependencies are significant enough for a CEV study, do an ESR to find out.

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