Latest SEEA news
12 July 2023
In this issue you will find TurkStat’s energy accounts, Statistics Canada’s articles on their environmental census and physical flow accounts for water and energy use, GHG emissions; Senegal’s report on land cover accounts, South Africa’s accounts for Strategic Water Source Areas; and more.
30 June 2023
On 21-22 June, more than 70 participants joined the 18th Meeting of the UN Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting to discuss the overall direction and vision in the field of environmental-economic accounting and supporting statistics.
16 June 2023
In April 2023, the UN Statistics Division and UN Statistical Institute for Asia and the Pacific, with support of the Government of Japan, held a regional training workshop in Chiba on using the SEEA in support of climate chagne policy.
16 June 2023
On 5-8 June 2023, UNSD and the UN Statistical Institute for Asia and the Pacific (UNSIAP), with the support of the Philippine Statistics Authority, held the Regional Training Workshop on the SEEA Ecosystem Accounting for Asia and the Pacific in Manila.
17 April 2023
Find the latest articles and publications on the SEEA through the Resource Corner of Issue 21 of the SEEA News and Notes.
14 April 2023
From 3 to 7 April, the Statistics Division of the United Nations, in collaboration with the Global Program for Sustainability of the World Bank, conducted a technical assistance mission in Ethiopia to advance the Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) programme in the country.
12 April 2023
Statistical Measures Beyond GDP was the topic of this year High-level Forum on Official Statistics, organized every year at the margins of the UN Statistical Commission.
11 April 2023
The Government of the Republic of Maldives recently began developing natural capital accounts through pilot testing of the SEEA Ecosystem Accounting (SEEA EA) framework in Laamu Atoll, an ecologically sensitive and economically important area in southern Maldives.
07 April 2023
Nearly 150 people from a wide array of institutions from over 40 countries took part in a special event of the 2023 Water Conference on Water Accounting for the Sustainable Development Goals.