Environment & Economics
Environment & Economics

How do we value our natural resources?

We expect our landscape to deliver food, clean water, protection against flooding, rich biodiversity, space for recreation and inspiration. How do we value our natural capital?  Esther Kieboom is a Esther Kieboom

We expect our landscape to deliver food, clean water, protection against flooding, rich biodiversity, space for recreation and inspiration. How do we value our natural capital?

 

Esther Kieboom is a consultant who helps organisations to make the value of ecosystem services visible. She works on projects that look at the value of ecosystem services and how these are linked to our economic prosperity and well-being. Her work is used to inform decision makers at local, UK and international level. 

This website provides information about her work, her background, her clients and her network.

There is an increasing need to articulate the value of ecosystem services, and to take this into account in decision making. 

Companies are also starting to realise that these ecosystem services are vital for their supply chain, and for their long term economic prosperity. The general public demands that corporations account for their environmental impact, with leading corporations (e.g. Unilver, M&S, Mars) developing environmental accounts.

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