Soil scientists have set out a Europe-wide framework for developing a natural capital accounting structure for soil which considers the impact of land use change, climate change and pollution.
The review notes that the UK, one of the top performers, has an advanced approach to natural capital accounting.
A blog on what Ireland can learn from the Finnish approach to national ecosystem service mapping and valuation.
Greece is not just running a fiscal deficit; it is also running an ecological one. It would need the total ecological resources and services of three Greeces in order to meet its citizens’ demand on nature for food, fiber, timber, housing, urban infrastructure, and carbon sequestration.
Last week, 600 attendees from 45 countries gathered in Edinburgh for the second World Forum on Natural Capital, organized by the Scottish Wildlife Trust in association with its international partners.
A century ago, Norway was on the brink of losing its forests forever. Today they are growing every year thanks to Norway’s Forest Inventory.