A New Era For Our Peatland Natural Capital
It is now understood that healthy functioning peatlands are a key part of our natural capital worth billions in terms of the services they provide for biodiversity, water regulation and carbon storage.
London is a Forest-Who Knew?
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.
Highlights from the 2015 World Forum
Last week, 600 attendees from 45 countries gathered in Edinburgh for the second World Forum on Natural Capital, organized by the Scottish Wildlife Trust in association with its international partners.
UK Must Invest More in its Natural Assets to Support Long-Term Economic Growth
A new report from the Aldersgate Group argues that it is in the UK’s economic and social interest to increase investment in its natural capital.
Investing in our natural assets: How government can support business action
Mineral Products Industry Playing Role in Building on Britain’s Natural Capital
The "Building on Britain’s Natural Capital" event at The Royal Society, London, discussed how the mineral products industry is playing a key role in building on Britain’s natural Capital.
Guidance for Natural Capital (UK Office for National Statistics)
UK Natural Capital – Freshwater Ecosystem Assets and Services Accounts
UK Environmental Accounts, 2014
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