Latest SEEA news

New ecosystem account by IBGE:Threatened Species in Brazil

05 November 2020
Rio de Janeiro, 5 November 2020 - IBGE released the publication entitled “Ecosystem Accounting: Threatened Species in Brazil (2014)"  following the SEEA Experimental Ecosystem Accounting framework as part of the EU-funded project “Natural Capital Accounting and Valuation of Ecosystem Services (NCAVES).”   

Monitoring framework for the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

30 October 2020
Currently, a draft monitoring framework for the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework is being developed.

Approaching the finishing line: Global consultation on the full SEEA EA

28 October 2020
The global consultation on the complete draft

2020 Global Assessment on the SEEA implementation and SEEA focal points

26 October 2020
The UN Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting (UNCEEA) is conducting Global Assessment of Environmental-Economic Accounting and Supporting Statistics, 2020 to monitor implementation progress of SEEA.

SEEA EEA Revision Process Update Q3-2020

23 October 2020
Since the last update on the SEEA EEA revision process in August 2020 all of the chapters of the revised SEEA EA have been drafted and the complete draft has been submitted for the second global consultation.

26th Meeting of the London Group on Environmental Accounting

23 October 2020
This year marked the 26th Meeting of the London Group on Environmental Accounting and, of course, the first year the meeting has been held virtually. This offered the possibility to engage more experts than usual, resulting in the largest London Group meeting yet. More than 100 participants from around the world gathered around their screens on 5-8 and 12 October to discuss papers and presentations on the SEEA.

Update from the African Natural Capital Accounting Community of Practice

15 October 2020
Since its launch in July 2020, the NCA Community of Practice for Africa (NCA-CoP) has launched a new website of the Community, kindly developed and hosted by UNECA.

UNECE Expert Forum for Producers and Users of Climate Change-Related Statistics , 2020

05 October 2020
The UNECE Expert Forum is an annual event that serves as a platform for collaboration, sharing ideas and experience, discussing concepts and measurement issues, and identifying areas for development of practical guidance.