23-Jun-2016 To 24-Jun-2016 | Tata Motors Limited Pune

TML photoIn an increasingly natural resource-constrained world, corporations should measure, manage and mitigate their impact on the ecosystems where they operate and through their supply chains. To help build this capacity into company infrastructure, the India Business & Biodiversity Initiative (IBBI) is having its session on CII-IBBI Certified Training (CICT) on Managing Natural Capital at Tata Motors Limited Campus, Pune.
CICT is designed to improve the understanding of managers and employees across business functions about their company’s direct and indirect impacts and dependencies on ecosystems and ecosystem services. Designed specifically for business, it incorporates tested IBBI methodologies and tools that have been developed with support from international experts who have 15-20 years of experience in this field.

Course explores integrated approach, drivers, regulatory pressures, frameworks and most significantly the business case for stronger focus on ecosystem measurement and management.

  • Understanding interdependency between business, biodiversity and ecosystem services and introduction to natural capital approaches and tools for informed strategies
  • Group Work and practical case studies for easy understanding
  • Understand Green belt development, Biodiversity Indexing and biodiversity in supply chain assessment and how it improves your communication on environment
  • Different methods of valuing natural capital

Local site visit to understand the concept of managing natural capital from a practical point of view.

To register for the training program, kindly register online. You may like to confirm your participation at the earliest as we have limited seats available.
23rd – 24th June 2016 at Tata Motors Limited, Pune