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GLOBE Natural Capital Accounting Study (2nd edition) - Legal and policy developments in twenty-one countries

GLOBE Natural Capital Accounting Study (2nd edition) - Legal and policy developments in twenty-one countries

This study highlights initial steps that countries have taken to link natural capital accounting with broader strategies for natural capital management.
Publication (145p) , 2014 , Author(s): Ben Milligan, Emma T , Type: Policy

Global Forest Accounting Workshop

Global Forest Accounting Workshop, May 11-13, 2014, Washington DC, United States.
Workshop and Consultation , 2014 , Author(s): WAVES , Type: Technical
Introduction to Natural Capital Accounting

Introduction to Natural Capital Accounting

The SGAN Secretariat partnered with Carl Obst to deliver a training session on Natural Capital Accounting, drawing from his experience of preparing the UN System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA).
Presentation , 2014 , Author(s): Carl Obst , Type: Training and tool kits
Accounting for Water in Botswana

Accounting for Water in Botswana

Country work on natural capital accounting and their policy applications are reported in a publication series, WAVES Technical Reports. This is a compilation of main findings on Water Accounts in Botswana from 1993-2012.
Technical Report (78p) , 2014 , Author(s): Centre for Applied R , Type: Technical
Preliminary Mineral Resource Accounts and Development Implications for Botswana

Preliminary Mineral Resource Accounts and Development Implications for Botswana

The decision to include the construction of mineral accounts in the WAVES project reflects the importance of the mining sector and the need to ensure that appropriate decisions aretaken regarding the investment of mineral revenues to provide for future economic growth.
Technical Report (60p) , 2014 , Author(s): Keith Jefferis , Type: Technical
Accounting for Natural Capital: The elephant in the boardroom

Accounting for Natural Capital: The elephant in the boardroom

In this short paper, we examine the business issues associated with natural capital erosion, arguing that action is needed to account for the growing risks this poses to business sustainability.
Publication (20p) , 2014 , Author(s): Chartered Institute , Type: General

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