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The SEEA-Based Integrated Economic-Environmental Modelling Framework: An Illustration with Guatemala’s Forest and Fuelwood Sector

The SEEA-Based Integrated Economic-Environmental Modelling Framework: An Illustration with Guatemala’s Forest and Fuelwood Sector

This paper develops a Computable General Equilibrium modeling framework that integrates the System of Environmental-Economic Accounts (SEEA), enabling for the first time the analysis of policy impacts on the economy and the environment in a quantitative, comprehensive and consistent framework.
Publication (56p) , 2016 , Author(s): Onil Banerjee, Marti , Type: Technical
National Ecosystem Assessments in Europe: A Review

National Ecosystem Assessments in Europe: A Review

This study analyzes eight European (sub-)national ecosystem assessments (Portugal, United Kingdom, Spain, Norway, Flanders, Netherlands, Finland, and Germany) and compares their objectives, political context, methods, and operationalization.
Article (16p) , 2016 , Author(s): Matthias Schröt , Type: Policy
Exploring Approaches for Constructing Species Accounts in the Context of the SEEA-EEA

Exploring Approaches for Constructing Species Accounts in the Context of the SEEA-EEA

This publication proposes an initial step-by-step process for developing spatial accounts of species status.
Publication (160p) , 2016 , Author(s): Steven King, Claire , Type: Technical
A Conceptual Framework for Integrated Economic– Environmental Modeling

A Conceptual Framework for Integrated Economic– Environmental Modeling

This article addresses an important gap in economy-wide policy modeling applications and literature by developing a conceptual framework for the integration of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting in the computable general equilibrium framework.
Article (30p) , 2016 , application/pdf (343.45 KB) , Author(s): Onil Banerjee, Marti , Type: Technical
Biodiversity at the Heart of Accounting for Natural Capital: the Key to Credibility

Biodiversity at the Heart of Accounting for Natural Capital: the Key to Credibility

This paper by members of CCI describes how biodiversity is central to the natural capital framework and yet its values are often overlooked in natural capital assessments.
Publication (13p) , 2016 , Author(s): Cambridge Conservati , Type: General
Accounting for California's Water

Accounting for California's Water

This report identifies gaps in California's water information systems.
Publication (30p) , 2016 , Author(s): Alvar Escriva -Bou, , Type: Technical

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