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Users and Uses of Environmental Accounts: A Review of Select Developed Countries

Users and Uses of Environmental Accounts: A Review of Select Developed Countries

This report summarizes the results of a review of countries that have the longest histories of work in the field.
Publication (173p) , 2014 , Author(s): Robert Smith , Type: Policy
Capturing the Value of Forests Using Natural Capital Accounting

Forest Accounting for Development: Capturing the Value of Forests Using Natural Capital Accounting

Forest Accounts provide a framework to capture the value of all the economic contributions of forests and how they are linked to the economy.
Policy Brief (4p) , 2014 , Type: General
Capturing Coral Reef & Related Ecosystem Services (CCRES)

Capturing Coral Reef & Related Ecosystem Services (CCRES) project - Resources

The Capturing Coral Reef & Related Ecosystem Services (CCRES) project is working to ensure the long term sustainability of these coastal ecosystems with models, tools and knowledge products to support planning. At the same time the project seeks to unlock new, sustainable income streams for the communities which rely on these ecosystems.
Publication , 2014 , Author(s): Capturing Coral Reef , Type: Technical
WAVES Botswana: Frequently Asked Questions

WAVES Botswana: Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about WAVES' work in natural capital accounting in Botswana.
Article (2p) , 2014 , Author(s): WAVES , Type: General
Coasts at Risk: An Assessment of Coastal Risks and the Role of Environmental Solutions

Coasts at Risk: An Assessment of Coastal Risks and the Role of Environmental Solutions

This report makes clear that attention to natural capital — improving coral reefs and mangroves that buffer shores and improving fisheries to enhance food security — could also go a long way toward reducing the human cost of coastal hazards.
Publication (85p) , 2014 , Author(s): Michael Beck (Editor , Type: Technical
Natural Capital at Risk

Natural Capital at Risk

This paper is intended to underpin a more sustainable economy and healthy environment via fostering a greater understanding of Australian businesses' dependency on natural capital, and by encouraging and facilitating discussion within the business community about where they are most likely to be exposed to risks related to natural capital.
Publication (8p) , 2014 , Type: Technical

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