Maintaining natural capital is vital for the function of our societies and people’s well-being.
Natural resources in Scotland have been valued at one-third of the UK’s total by a groundbreaking new study.
Something fundamental may be shifting in the way we see our relationship with the natural world.
The plants, animals, and micro-organisms that are the bedrock of food production are in decline, according to a UN study.
Plants, animals and micro-organisms crucial to indirectly upholding the human diet are dying out, study shows
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.