The Billion Tree Tsunami initiative is helping to shift the current mindset of treating forests as ‘timber revenue’ machines towards one that considers treating them as valued ‘natural capital.’
An infographic showing how forests clean the air and water, offset climate change, and provide food and habitat for wildlife.
An interview with WAVES Program Manager Stig Johansson on how natural resources contribute to countries' economies, including Colombia.
An interview with WAVES Consultant Michael Vardon on Colombia's work to build natural capital accounts for forests, land and water, and how results can link to policy.
The i-Tree study shows it would cost £6.1bn to replace London’s trees, and their ecosystem services provide green infrastructure, and benefits for public health and well-being.