Member benefits announced for the World Forum on Natural Capital

6th August 2015

The Scottish Forum on Natural Capital has today announced exclusive benefits for its members attending the world's leading natural capital event. This year Scotland will host the second World Forum on Natural Capital which will be held in Edinburgh, 23-24 November. The Scottish Forum was launched at the inaugural World Forum and want to ensure the 2015 event delivers the maximum benefit for Scotland and Scottish Forum members.

Business leaders, government representatives and environmental experts from around the world will gather at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre in November for two days of debate and discussion about the latest developments in natural capital, along with a chance to network with the leading players. The Scottish Forum are delighted that Scotland will host this internationally important event and are pleased to announce that exclusive additional content for members is currently being developed, featuring the best work from across Scotland and drawing on international experts to help address our members' challenges.

Today, the Scottish Forum are also pleased to announce that an exclusive discount has been negotiated for representatives from member organisations of the Scottish Forum to attend the World Forum. Representatives from member organisations will receive a 30% discount on tickets purchased from today until Tuesday 3rd November. If your organisation is already a member of the Scottish Forum please contact Mike Elm, Project Officer on melm@naturalcapitalforum.com / 0131 312 4765 to receive the discount. If your organisation is not yet a member of the Scottish Forum you can receive these benefits by signing up for membership.

Scottish Forum members will have access to the exclusive additional content as well as the full programme of thought-provoking plenaries, interactive workshops and lively panel sessions at the World Forum.

 

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