Botswana's President highlights NCA in his annual State-of-the-Nation address and at the Paris climate conference.
Governments are committing resources to ensure natural capital accounting becomes part of their routine business.
Delegates from the World Forum on Natural Capital sent a letter to world leaders attending the UN Climate Conference in Paris stressing the climate crisis cannot be solved without halting the rapid erosion and loss of natural capital.
An interview with environmental economist Steve Polasky, commemorating 10 years of work on the Natural Capital Project.
The program for the 2015 World Forum on Natural Capital has now been launched, and includes a wealth of international speakers and experts who will attend the two day event in Edinburgh, Scotland, November 23-24, 2015.
In late September 2015, the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Earth Institute hosted the Natural Capital Business Roundtable to discuss this growing topic, bringing together an intimate group of business, government, and non-profit leaders. This invite-only event, the third in a series of four regional roundtables organized by the Department of Commerce, provided opportunities to hear, share, and understand core business concerns such as supply chain resiliency, corporate image, and cost savings in the context of the unique challenges faced by industries here in the coastal Northeast.
There is now a myriad of methodologies to measure natural capital and ecosystem services – so how do practitioners choose the right one?
The work being done by WAVES-Philippines appeared in many newspapers following a briefing on natural capital accounting for the media and government information officers.