Naturkapitalbewertung in Deutschland – Machbarkeit im Unternehmensalltag

Das Vernetzungstreffen des Global Nature Fund findet am 07. Februar in Berlin statt und verfolgt das Ziel, ausgewählten Experten, Institutionen und Unternehmen Möglichkeiten zum fachlichen Austausch zur unternehmerischen Naturkapitalbewertung in Deutschland zu geben.

Büro des Global Nature Fund, Hackescher Markt 4, 10178 Berlin

Fünf Referenten präsentieren Gründe für die ökonomische Bewertung und Erfahrungen aus der Umsetzung aus dem Blickwinkel der Lebensmittel-, Chemie-, Textil- und Baubranche sowie Entwicklungen in der Standardisierung.
Ein vorläufiges Programm für die Veranstaltung finden Sie hier.

Über Ihre Teilnahme an dem Vernetzungstreffen würden wir uns sehr freuen. Bei Interesse senden Sie bitte eine Email an Frau AndreaPeiffer (peiffer@globalnature.org).

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