1 What is Natural Capital?
Natural capital comprises Earth’s natural assets (soil, air, water, flora and fauna) and the ecosystem services resulting from them, which make human life possible.
2 Why is Natural Capital important?
Building and preserving natural capital can improve landscape resilience and reduce the impacts of climate change through the storing of carbon from the atmosphere.
3 Building and preserving natural capital through regenerative agriculture
We work together with partners and clients to preserve and enhance natural capital in the Australian landscape and create long-term investment value.
4 How we monetise Natural capital
Through the use of innovative strategies, market maturity and the utilisation of new technologies, natural capital is improving agricultural returns and driving sectoral change.
Measuring and reporting on outcomes such as biodiversity and habitat restoration unlocks revenue streams from funds to build natural capital.
Investing in Agricultural real assets as a Nature-based Solution can respond to climate change, protect our natural resources and provide a sustainable pathway to food security. Agriculture has the potential to play a crucial role in providing financially tenable solutions to the worlds environmental issues as it is directly related to climate, biodiversity, soil fertility, and land remediation. Implementing successful Nature-based Solutions in agriculture to respond to climate change requires action based on science.
Agriculture is directly engaged with climate change, biodiversity, soil fertility and land degradation, it holds the key to bringing together often fragmented stakeholders – resource managers, producers, value-chain operators, advocates and policymakers.