Assessment of the Impact of 2022/23 - Government Investments on Natural Capital in Uganda Using a Rapid Environment Economic Assessment Model
The Rapid Environment Economic Assessment (REEA) model can be used to analyse government investment...
This report presents adjusted Uganda’s macroeconomic indicators for 2020 and highlights relevant...
The key purpose of the water accounts is to inform policy decisions on effective water management...
Cuenta de ecosistemas de Guatemala
This report discloses the most relevant results of the Guatemala Ecosystem Account (CEG) for the period 1991-2014, as part of the main findings of the System of Environmental and Economic Accounting (SCAE).
Cuenta de Bosques del Perú Documento metodológico
This report presents the product of the joint work carried out by SERFOR and the INEI to calculate the Peruvian Forest Account, whose results make visible and highlight the importance of forests in the national economy to improve the measurement of the increase and depletion of natural capital.
UK Environmental Accounts: 2021
Measuring the contribution of the environment to the economy, the impact of economic activity on the environment, and society's response to environmental issues.
Cuenta Ambiental y Económica de Bosque 2021 (CAE - B) 2012 - 2018
This report presents the update of the CAE-B of Colombia, for the period 2012-2018, which incorporates conceptual and methodological improvements and integrates the main advances of the country in generation of information about their forests and other wooded land.
The Changing Wealth of Nations 2021: Managing Assets for the Future (Full Report)
The Changing Wealth of Nations 2021: Managing Assets for the Future provides the most comprehensive accounting of the wealth of nations, an in-depth analysis of the evolution of wealth, and pathways to build wealth for the future.
From Accounts to Policy: WAVES closeout report (2012 - 2019)
The goal of this report is to summarize the main results that the WAVES program has achieved at the national and global levels, from its inception in 2012 to its 2019 completion, and to assess the significance of those results across four dimensions: data and information, tools and capacities, institutions, and decision making.