- International organizations, including several UN agencies (UNEP, UNDP, UN Statistical Commission);
- Civil society representatives including foundations, NGO’s, academic and research institutions, and local governments that have an interest in and be able to contribute to the promotion of NCA;
- Countries that have signed on to the Communiqué on Natural Capital Accounting. These include countries that have programs for NCA, which are funded through their own or other funding sources (not WAVES), or are interested in NCA. They will be consistently engaged through training workshops, and through global and regional Communities of Practice but will not receive substantial technical support.
All our partners share a common vision of a world where valuing the environment leads to better decisions for development. Over the next four years (FY12-FY16), it is hoped that this partnership will nurture a vibrant community that shares experience and expertise and raises awareness of the importance of natural capital accounting in promoting sustainable development.
Civil society representatives, i.e. foundations, NGOs, academic and research institutions, and some local government
Countries and organizations that have signed on to the Communiqué on Natural Capital Accounting