Latest SEEA news
19 June 2019
Natural capital accounting was identified as one of the options and tools decision makers have for improving the sustainability of economic and financial systems in the IPBES Global Assessment Report on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.
12 April 2019
More than 70 experts from 33 countries, several international organisations and NGOs participated in the February meeting held in Geneva.
11 April 2019
The national assessment report for advancing environmental-economic accounting in South Africa is now available.
08 April 2019
Find the latest SEEA resources for the SEEA News & Notes, Issue 5, including the final version of SEEA-Energy, the State of the World's Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture and the Natural Capital Accounting for Mainstreaming Biodiversity in Public Policy report!
05 April 2019
The MAIA project, a new EU Horizon 2020 project, recently started in late November 2019. Accounts are being piloted in ten participating countries -- Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Norway and Spain – and will include extent, condition, supply & use, asset and biodiversity accounts.
28 March 2019
In February, over 40 experts in natural capital accounting convened for workshop in Cambridge, England to discuss ways in which the SEEA can support the post-2020 biodiversity agenda and the meeting of SDG targets The meeting was jointly organized by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD) and the U
28 March 2019
The UNCEEA has placed strong emphasis and priority on the development of global databases and has recently made significant progress on internationally comparable material flow accounts and air emission accounts.
25 March 2019
At the 50th Session of the UN Statistical Commission, the Commission expressed strong appreciation for the UN Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting's work and received positive feedback on variety of issues, including on the use of the SEEA for the SDGs and biodiversity.
22 March 2019
From 22-24 January 2019, a working group of approximately 20 ecosystem accounting experts from around the world gathered at UN Headquarters in New York to discuss the measurement of key ecosystem services.