Nigeria, a West African Country, is blessed with enormous natural capital, including forests covering about 3,316,821 hectares of land; fisheries, rivers wildlife and water.
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Kampala, November 20, 2020 — The Government of Uganda is moving towards its vision of resource-led industrialization by developing a set of natural capital accounts for the country.
The development of ocean accounts provides an unprecedented opportunity to showcase the value of the ocean and with it the prospect of long-term sustainability
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The Africa Natural Capital Accounting Community of Practice was launched today at the ‘African Forum on Green Economy’ conference.
If you take care of the land, it will take care of you, says Tsefaye Kidane, a 40-year-old coffee farmer from a protected area in southwest Ethiopia that is also regarded as the birthplace of wild Arabica coffee.
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?
There several compelling reasons for asset owners to adopt sustainable investment, and for governments to support them in these endeavors.
The World Bank Group is supporting the development of the Framework through an initiative named “The Road to Kunming”. This complements the WBG’s rich operational engagement on biodiversity and ecosystems.
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.