Around the world, activities and news about natural capital accounting is on the rise. Here we feature a collection of the latest stories, publications and multimedia content related to our sector.
Uganda joins the WAVES global partnership to establish a systematic way of accounting for forests and wetlands resources and their interaction with the country`s economy.
In an article published in The Conversation, authors point to an opportunity for countries to adopt new approaches to measure and manage biodiversity.
The Policy Forum on Natural Capital will be held as a joint meeting of the Government Dialogue on Natural Capital and the Combining Forces Initiative. It will focus on biodiversity and climate change.
WAVES is a global partnership with collaboration among different actors at global, national and subnational levels. The major categories of engagement in the WAVES Global Partnership are: core implementing countries (highlighted on map), contributing donor partners, and participating partners.
The latest reports and studies highlighting natural capital accounting.
This study quantifies physical and monetary trends in resource stocks and estimates generated rent and mineral depletion.
This publication focuses specifically on applying NCA to achieve the SDGs.
Rwanda's first land accounts (1990 - 2015) focus on assets and changes in land use, land cover, and land values.