A public meeting to discuss the current work of the Natural Capital Assessment Project, led by Project Manager Ness Smith from the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, will be held at the Jamestown Community Centre on Tuesday, 24 July 2018, at 7pm.
The Natural Capital Assessment Project is funded by the UK Government and is working with SHG and other stakeholders to identify and value the many benefits which St Helena's natural environment provides. These benefits include water, food, tourism and the simple pleasure of a walk by the sea. Such assessments can help to better plan for the future and ensure that the next generation of Saints will continue to enjoy these benefits.
A short overview of the project will be presented at the meeting followed by a Q&A session. All are invited to attend.
Source: St Helena Government