Schedule

Wednesday 17th July

0800-0900
  • Registration with tea and coffee (Atrium)
0900 – 0930
  • Welcome and objectives (Jackson Lecture Theatre)
0930 – 1045
  • Promoting high value carbon credit schemes (Jackson Lecture Theatre)
1045 – 1115
  • Tea and coffee (Atrium)
1115 – 1230
  • Establishing auditing standards for nature-based solutions (Jackson Lecture Theatre)
1230 – 1400
  • Lunch (Atrium)
1400 – 1530
  • Biodiversity credit methodologies (Jackson Lecture Theatre)
1530 – 1600
  • Tea and coffee (Atrium)
1600 – 1730
  • Examples of private sector funded nature-based projects (Jackson Lecture Theatre)
1730-1900
  • Drinks reception (Atrium)

Thursday 18th July

0900 – 1030
  • How is biodiversity net gain working in practice? (Cargill Lecture Theatre)
  • How can nature tech and AI help to verify biodiversity impact claims? (Co-op Lecture Theatre)
1030 – 1100
  • Tea and coffee (Atrium)
1100 – 1230
  • Monetizing ecosystem services in agriculture (Cargill Lecture Theatre)
  • Meeting carbon and nature targets using insetting and the circular economy (Co-op Lecture Theatre)
1230 – 1400
  • Lunch (Atrium)
1400 – 1530
  • New corporate reporting requirements (Cargill Lecture Theatre)
  • Structuring ecosystem projects for funding (Co-op Lecture Theatre)
1545 – 1700
  • Closing Q&A with selected panellists (Jackson Lecture Theatre)