Richard Gillham: What is natural capital and why does it matter to advisers?

'Bigger than all of us'

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Richard Gillham: "Natural capital is bigger than all of the above - it's the concept that enables us to understand the fundamental value of the earth's resources, applying an economic lens to the world's natural assets, which include water, geology, soil, air and all living things."
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Richard Gillham: "Natural capital is bigger than all of the above - it's the concept that enables us to understand the fundamental value of the earth's resources, applying an economic lens to the world's natural assets, which include water, geology, soil, air and all living things."

Richard Gillham believes the concept of ‘natural capital' can be very helpful for advisory firms. He says it can help develop a clearer picture of firms' role in both investing in and protecting our environment

Last month's Earth Day 2022 had the theme ‘Invest in our planet' and asked the question: ‘what will you do?' This is where I believe the concept of ‘natural capital' can be very helpful for advi...

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