This video explains the concept of NCA. Using a standardised method to assess nature’s stocks and flows can help decision makers better understand how the environment impacts our economy - and vice versa.
But how much in renewable capital does Zambia have?
The Ministry of National Development Planning says ascertaining and quantifying Zambia’s natural capital wealth in tourism, land, forest, water and other sectors is important in planning for the country’s economic growth and ensuring sustainable development.
In Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), we can’t do this without thinking about how to put natural capital to work for its people.
The Forum was held in Kampala on 18 and 19 November 2019 and it brought together over 100 high-level participants.