Closing Regional Workshop on SEEA in Jakarta, Indonesia

The Closing Regional Workshop for the United Nations Development Account Project is organized by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) in collaboration with Statistics Indonesia and the World Bank. The project aims to enhance the capacity of National Statistical Offices of Asian countries in the implementation of the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA). In view of the objectives of the project, the closing workshop will provide an opportunity for Indonesia and Malaysia, the project countries, to share their experiences on drafting of national plans for the implementation of the SEEA and the compilation of pilot accounts. Participants from the region will also be invited to share their experience and discuss lessons learnt on the SEEA implementation as well as how to best communicate and disseminate the pilot accounts to the relevant stakeholders, ensure uptake in policy decision making and how to scale up the implementation of the SEEA.

The workshop was held in Jakarta, Indonesia, at the Alila Jakarta from 28 November, 2017 to 30 November, 2017.



Documents for the meeting

General information note


List of participants

Presentations and exercises

Session 1: Introductions and opening remarks

Supporting Indonesia and Malaysia in developing and strengthening environmental-economic accounting for improved monitoring of sustainable development, UNSD

Natural capital accounting for policy: quick notes for the SEEA regional workshop, World Bank

Opening remarks, BPS - Statistics Indonesia

Session 2: Mainstreaming the SEEA through national planning

Roadmap for SEEA, Malaysia 2016-2020, Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM)

National Plan Indonesia, Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS)

Philippine experience: mainstreaming the SEEA through national planning, Philippine Statistics Authority

Samoa National Plan, Samoa Bureau of Statistics

Session 3: Water accounts

Development of pilot PSUT for water in Malaysia

Samoa's SEEA experimental water account

Water indicator exercise

Session 4: Energy and air emission accounts

Indonesia PEFA and air emission account: summary of findings

Fiji's experimental energy account

Bhutan integrated energy account

Philippine experience: mineral asset accounts

Malaysia's experience in the development of SEEA-Energy

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and energy exercise

Session 5: Policy applications of the SEEA

Natural capital accounting for policy

Linking natural capital accounting (NCA) to the Indonesia National Development Plan 2020-2024

Potential uses for policy applications of the SEEA-Water in Malaysia

Policy and planning: application of SEEA for policy and planning, issues and lessons from Australia

Session 6: Communication and outreach

Communication and outreach of the SEEA

Malaysia SEEA capsule video

Session 7: Land accounts

Land accounts in Indonesia

Session 8: Way forward

SEEA and the SDGs


Background documents

Water technical note

United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD)
United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD)
Workshop and Consultation
Natural Capital Accounting - General