Philippines hosted more than 100 participants from nine countries to learn and brainstorm on ecosystem accounting.
Guatemala - a megadiverse country due to the richness of its animal species, vegetation, habitats, and ecosystems - is involving several institutions to update their accounts.
The World Bank’s Senior Director for Environment and Natural Resources, Paula Caballero, discusses the work done by WAVES in a video interview filmed by UNDP as part of their Park Talk series at the IUCN World Parks Congress 2014 in Sydney, Australia.
Conservation International’s Ana Rodriguez blogs about her visit to Peru’s San Martín region where she is part of a team working on the Ecosystem Values Assessment and Accounting (EVA) project, a collaboration between CI’s Moore Center for Science and Oceans, CI-Peru, the World Bank and the Peruvian government. EVA is intended to be a World Bank case study in the emerging field of “ecosystem accounting”.