Australian Environmental-Economic Accounts, 2017
Natural capital and ecosystem services making WAVES in Oceania
WAVES was well represented at the Oceania Ecosystem Services Forum on March 27-31, 2017 in Brisbane, Australia, with work by the Philippines held up as a leading example.
Accounting for natural capital on farm
Natural capital accounts can support farmers to market their products, secure finance and attract investment.
Australia must make the environment integral to economic decision-making
Our economic system functions within, not alongside, an environmental reality. The tools have been created over the past twenty years to factor the environment into our decision making. We just need to take the next step.
Indonesia Hosts First WAVES South-South Knowledge Exchange
The event brought together 60 participants from Indonesia, Australia, Botswana, and the Philippines to share experiences on implementing natural capital accounting.
Experimental Ecosystem Accounts for the Central Highlands of Victoria
Experimental Ecosystem Accounts for the Central Highlands (Briefing note – 17 June 2016)
Experimental Ecosystem Accounts for the Central Highlands of Victoria (Summary document for discussion)
Central Highlands Carbon Storage Worth More than Logging
A detailed analysis of the Central Highlands' forests in Victoria, Australia, concludes the net economic contribution from forestry in the area is relatively minor compared to the contribution to the state's water supply, tourism and farming.