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Natural capital accounts containing information on ecosystem services for woodlands in the UK.
This report provides good practice insights on how governments can transition to more sustainable land-use systems.
Global Futures: Modelling the global economic impacts of environmental change to support policy-making
This report presents the model created in response to the recommendation by a report, documented in Crossman et al. (2018), to develope a new integrated modelling approach linking two existing models, namely the Integrated Valuation of Ecosystem Services and Tradeoffs (InVEST) model from the Natural Capital Project, and the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model from Purdue University.
With the first generation of ecosystem accounts now published in 24 countries, and with a push to finalize a United Nations (UN) statistical standard for ecosystem accounting by 2021, this article highlight key advances, challenges, and opportunities.
A report on the annual progress of GPS-WAVES. It showcases the significant progress made by partner countries in developing natural capital accounts & GPS-WAVES activities over the last year.
Towards a Regional Community of Practice in Africa: Accelerating the mainstreaming of NCA through regional integration
This is a synthesis report of the Africa Forum on Natural Capital Accounting and recommendations for future actions
This brief highlights the importance of generating reliable data that will help policy makers advocate for reform, simplify governance and provide practical support to the woodfuel industry players in Uganda.
This is a policy brief of the Land Physical Accounts for Uganda developed to contribute to the goal of the National Land Policy (2013).
This brief on Uganda reflects recent developments and global trends in broadening the measurement framework for economic activity. As part of this, two important sets of new economic indicators have been developed.
This brief demonstrates importance of different accounts for development planning, based on experiences from Uganda and other countries. Natural Capital Accounting can contribute directly to three of the five objectives of third National Development Plan for Uganda (NDP III).