Zambia is the first to join as a core implementing country under the second phase of WAVES.
Many of the benefits of trees are wholly or partly unvalued in markets and associated GDP calculations.
With the continued growth of Scotland's forested areas, the shape of the forestry sector is changing.
The ESAforD program, led by the Swedish EPA and collaborating with WAVES, is looking at natural water purification, pollination, and urban green open spaces.
Integrated framework is tested in Guatemala showing the critical relationship between the environment and the economy for more robust policy analysis.