14–15 Sep 2022 Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Corporate Investments into Forestry & Biodiversity – September 2022

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    Session
    Sponsored by
    14 September 2022
      09:20–10:05

    Carbon and Biodiversity Panel

    • Moving towards biodiversity credits
    • Establishing value in biodiversity projects over the long term
    • What value does biodiversity, over carbon, provide a corporate
    Felicity SporsFelicity SporsAleksandra HolmlundAleksandra HolmlundPaul SmithPaul SmithPetri LehtonenPetri Lehtonen

    Sponsored by

    14 September 2022
      15:50–17:25

    Project Design - The Process of a Project and How Can Corporations Access Early Stage Carbon and Biodiversity Projects

    • Project area optimization
    • Design and origination
    • High risk pre project funding
    • Feasibility solutions to simplify the investment assessment
    • Social considerations and integration
    • Buffer zone developments, plantation elements and agroforestry
    • Establishing economic development plans in buffer zones and beyond
    • Landscape scale considerations
    Rob GodfreyRob GodfreyJenny HenmanJenny HenmanFernando RussoFernando RussoChris ZinkChris Zink

    Sponsored by

    15 September 2022
      09:00–09:45

    Supply Chain Transition

    • Accepting Bronze as a starting point whilst aiming for Gold through effective transition to best practice
    • How to mitigate the reputational risk at the supplier level
    • Remediation – how can corporate intervention ameliorate bad practice?
    Michiel HendrikszMichiel HendrikszDeborah HumphrevilleDeborah HumphrevilleAndrew McCueAndrew McCue

    Sponsored by

    15 September 2022
      15:50–16:35

    Landscape Scale Investments

    • Increasing the value from millions to billions
    • Applying the landscape approach
    • Scope 3 and landscape supply sheds
    • Monitoring at landscape scale
    Jos LemmensJos LemmensPaul ChattertonPaul ChattertonVictor GiraldoVictor GiraldoGaurav GuptaGaurav GuptaPierre RousseauPierre RousseauFernando RussoFernando Russo
  • 14 September – Day one

    09:00-09:15

    Keynote Address

    • Setting out the schedule for the two days
    • Identifying key objectives across the schedule
    • Developing partnerships
    Karin Zaunberger
    09:20-10:05

    Carbon and Biodiversity Panel

    • Moving towards biodiversity credits
    • Establishing value in biodiversity projects over the long term
    • What value does biodiversity, over carbon, provide a corporate
    Felicity SporsAleksandra HolmlundPaul SmithPetri Lehtonen

    Sponsored by

    08:00-09:00

    Registration and Breakfast Buffet

    10:10-10:40

    Presented by Manulife Investment Management

    Eric Cooperström

    Sponsored by

    10:40-11:10

    Coffee Break

    11:10-11:55

    The Role of Finance in Fostering Positive Impact

    • How can we release more finance?
    • Innovative finance and incorporating other elements to create a more positive impact
    • Creating coalitions to enable a more worthwhile return
    Martin BergAndrea ColánMarcel De BergPetri Kuusisto
    12:00-12:30

    Sponsored Session B

    12:30-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:45

    Novel Technologies to Enable New Markets for Carbon and Biodiversity

    How cutting-edge technologies in eDNA and Earth observation are being used to provide consistent, robust and scalable insight to underpin confidence in emerging carbon and biodiversity markets

    • Presentation Space Intelligence: State of the art for forest carbon assessments
    • Presentation Naturemetrics: the nature data revolution – novel technology provides direct biodiversity data for reporting and NBS markets

    Panel discussion:

    • The importance of robust data from project developer and investors perspective
    • Data for emerging market mechanisms – finding the right metrics
    • Opportunities and challenges – project developer’s perspective
    • How earth observation and eDNA can complement each other
    • Future R&D

    Questions from audience

    Paul ChattertonStefanie KaiserMurray CollinsStuart ClenaghanJulian Ekelhof

    Sponsored by

    14:50-15:20

    Presented by Satelligence

    Sponsored by

    15:20-15:50

    Coffee Break

    15:50-17:25

    Project Design - The Process of a Project and How Can Corporations Access Early Stage Carbon and Biodiversity Projects

    • Project area optimization
    • Design and origination
    • High risk pre project funding
    • Feasibility solutions to simplify the investment assessment
    • Social considerations and integration
    • Buffer zone developments, plantation elements and agroforestry
    • Establishing economic development plans in buffer zones and beyond
    • Landscape scale considerations
    Rob GodfreyJenny HenmanFernando RussoChris Zink

    Sponsored by

    17:30-18:30

    Drinks Reception

    15 September – Day two

    09:00-09:45

    Supply Chain Transition

    • Accepting Bronze as a starting point whilst aiming for Gold through effective transition to best practice
    • How to mitigate the reputational risk at the supplier level
    • Remediation – how can corporate intervention ameliorate bad practice?
    Michiel HendrikszDeborah HumphrevilleAndrew McCue

    Sponsored by

    09:50-10:20

    Presented by CollectiveCrunch

    Sponsored by

    10:20-10:50

    Coffee Break

    10:50-11:50

    Tech Panel

    • Integrating technology in projects to increase the value of those projects
    • Monitoring and modelling systems
    • What technology will be available in the future to make measuring more accurate, easier, and less costly
    Jeremy EpsteinCraig MillsLuca PerlettaJamie Lawrence

    Sponsored by

    11:55-12:25

    Presented by NatureRe

    Daniel Pfeifer

    Sponsored by

    12:25-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:45

    The Value of Integrated Reporting

    • What level of reporting is required?
    • How can we start creating harmony between reporting standards?
    • The value of simplified metrics in accurate reporting
    Aleksandra HolmlundTuomo Kauranne

    Sponsored by

    14:50-15:20

    Sponsored Session F

    15:20-15:50

    Coffee Break

    15:50-16:35

    Landscape Scale Investments

    • Increasing the value from millions to billions
    • Applying the landscape approach
    • Scope 3 and landscape supply sheds
    • Monitoring at landscape scale
    Jos LemmensPaul ChattertonVictor GiraldoGaurav GuptaPierre RousseauFernando Russo
    16:40-16:45

    Conference Closing Remarks

  • Aleksandra Holmlund

    CEO
    Omorica AB

    Chris Zink

    Managing Director
    Conservation International

    Craig Mills

    CEO
    Vizzuality

    Fernando Russo

    Founder
    Meraki Impact

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands

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