Projects & Partners
Metrics and Data collection are key in nature impact & risk assessment. We are working with various organisations to fill data gaps and establish partnerships between corporates and nature restoration projects.
Located just a two hour’s drive north of Scotland’s capital Edinburgh, Bamff Wildland is a ground breaking and stunning combination of regenerative farming, rewilding, hospitality, arts, and education. The Ramsay family, who’ve owned Bamff since 1233, asked VA to reassess their long-term masterplan, write a business plan, and develop a sustainable financial strategy in support of the family’s legacy work. Implementation of the strategic 5-year development plan of Bamff will start mid-2022.
UK registered charity The European Nature Trust supports various nature conservation and restoration projects in Scotland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Romania, and Belize.
VA is involved with the Trust’s management of corporate partnerships.
Based in The Netherlands, The Smart Travel Lab is a global community of individuals and organisations that want to take a leading role in helping the travel & hospitality industry recover and get out of the COVID-pandemic stronger, better, and more sustainable.
Vegvisir Advisory helps One Tree Planted find and secure partnerships for their clients with nature restoration and conservation projects around the world.
Highland Carbon connects enlightened businesses with landowners interested in optimising the natural capital proceeds from their estates. This award-winning UK carbon offsetting provider was founded by British Zoologist, Richard Clarke, with experience working in international conservation projects. Highland Carbon applies that expertise to shape, vet and optimise carbon offsetting projects undertaken right here in the UK.
Richard has more than thirty years of experience recruiting and supporting CSR partners in both the UK and US. He has worked with more than one hundred bluew chip companies, for example: IKEA, Sainsburys, NatWest, Dorothy Perkins, Disney, GM, Royal Carribean, Steelcase, Rolls Royce, CNN, and Ford Motor Company.