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The Scottish natural capital ecosystem service accounts, highlighting the relative importance of services provided by Scottish natural assets.
Natural capital accounts containing information on ecosystem services for woodlands in the UK.
Natural capital refers to the physical, natural, resources and the benefits that these resources provide. This bulletin presents the UK natural capital ecosystem service accounts, aiming to highlight the relative importance of services provided by the UK's natural assets.
Corporate Natural Capital Accounting, a new monitoring framework, was applied to some National Nature Reserves to assess whether it is an appropriate tool and useful source of information for their management.
The Natural Capital Account for London’s Public Green Spaces is a significant contribution to the work necessary to ensure that natural capital accounting is applicable in an urban context and can be applied effectively to urban green infrastructure.
This note sets out the Natural Capital Committee's advice and recommendations on what the UK Government should consider when drawing up its 25-Year Environment Plan, building on the Committee’s previous recommendations over the past 5 years.
This bulletin contains ecosystem accounts for three of the eight broad habitats found in the UK: freshwater, farmland and woodland.
This article scopes the development of ecosystem accounts for mountains, moorlands and heathlands and discusses several methodological challenges arising from the unique characteristics of these habitats.
Satellite accounts to the main UK National Accounts measuring the contribution of the environment to the economy, the impact of economic activity on the environment, and society's response to environmental issues.