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Rethinking capitals: going beyond the financial

A series which explores different forms of capital and their interactions.

About Rethinking Capitals

More information on rethinking capitals and its partners and supporters.

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About Rethinking Capitals

Debates going beyond financial capital, into natural capital and monetary measurement, have gained ground in work on corporate reporting and sustainability.

Speakers and presentations

All of the speakers and their presentations from the Rethinking Capitals event.

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Accounting perspectives

Biographies and presentations from speakers at the Accounting perspectives event.

Applying a capitals framework

Biographies and presentations from speakers at the Applying a capitals framework event.

Investor perspective

Biographies and presentations from speakers at the Investor perspective event.

Natural capital approaches

Biographies and presentations from speakers at the Natural capital approaches event.

Natural capital in practice

Biographies and presentations from speakers at the Natural capital in practice event.

Gallery and posters

A sample of the photos and downloadable posters from the events.

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Gallery and posters

A sample of the photos from the events. All photos from the event are available to view and downloadable.

PhD and ECR colloquium

Exploring capitals with PhD students & early career researchers.

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PhD and early career research forum

This half-day research colloquium was held by ICAEW in partnership with Newcastle University Business School and the Natural Capital Coalition. It was led by Professor Kathryn Haynes, the Northern Society Chair in Accounting & Finance at Newcastle University.

Rethinking capital publications

Sharing the conference discussions with a wider audience.

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Rethinking capitals

The Rethinking Capitals events in December 2014 aimed to bring together business, academics, practitioners, policy makers, and members of civil society to explore views on ‘capitals beyond the financial’ and their impact on businesses.