The System of Environmental-Economic Accounts (SEEA) provides internationally-agreed standards for producing comparable statistics on the environment and its relationship with the economy.
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Twenty two people from four countries attended the course run by the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Australian National University.
Nearly 70% of people living in poverty are in countries whose economies are driven by their endowment of resources such as oil, gas, and minerals. The author proposes a “resource tiger” model, centered on three imperatives.
MP Alfonso Pérez Gómez introduced legislation that calls for environmental impact assessment of investments to incorporate information provided by natural capital accounting.
Rwanda becomes a WAVES core implementing country. Rwandan Minister of Natural Resources Minister Stanislas Kamanzi spoke to the WAVES team on why he is excited about the idea of valuing natural capital.