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On Friday, July 26, 2019, WAVES held an event to mark the completion of its first phase, including launching of several reports consisting of program findings and analysis.

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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.

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Over the last century, our species has increasingly dominated the earth, expanding, developing, growing … but also polluting and depleting our non-renewable resources, creating irreversible losses in biodiversity.

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The Government of Uganda took a significant step in mainstreaming natural capital accounting by launching the national plan and the first set of land and water accounts. 
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In  June 2020, thousands of leaders and decision-makers from government, civil society, indigenous peoples, business, and academia will come together for the  IUCN World Conservation Congress  in Marseille, France.
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When people talk about biodiversity, it is often through the lens of conservation and the survival of animal and plant species. But the value drawn from a healthy biosphere is much more than that.

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The Forum was held in Kampala on 18 and 19 November 2019 and it brought together over 100 high-level participants. 

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Which would you rather be: rich or wealthy? And what exactly is the difference? 

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On Thursday November 21, 2019, representatives from 18 African countries met for the first ‘Africa Forum on Natural Capital Accounting’ in Kampala, Uganda.

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The 4th Forum on Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) for Better Policy brought together over 100 high-level participants working on NCA and sustainable landscape management on 18-19 November 2019 in Kampala, Uganda.

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