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.
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.
The Forum was held in Kampala on 18 and 19 November 2019 and it brought together over 100 high-level participants.
Which would you rather be: rich or wealthy? And what exactly is the difference?
On Thursday November 21, 2019, representatives from 18 African countries met for the first ‘Africa Forum on Natural Capital Accounting’ in Kampala, Uganda.
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.
Representatives from 18 African countries committed to create a new Community of Practice on Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) in Africa.