Latest SEEA news

UNEP launched an online training course on one of the EW-MFA components – Domestic Extraction

02 January 2023
In November 2022, UNEP launched an online training course on Domestic Extraction, which is a component

South Asia Regional Webinar on SEEA for Climate Change

16 December 2022
The South Asia Regional Training and Technical Assistance Center (SARTTAC) and the IMF Statistics Department conducted a virtual workshop titled Introduction to Climate Change Indicators for Economic Analysis and Policy Formulation (October 31-November 3, 2022) for o

6th Policy Forum on Natural Capital focuses on good data and better communications for financing for nature

16 December 2022
Nature and biodiversity took frontstage at the 6th Policy Forum on Natural Capital Data for Better Decision-making, which took place online from 2-3 November 2022.

Looking Forward to the 54th UN Statistical Commission

15 December 2022
The 54th Session of the UN Statistical Commission provides an opportunity for the UN Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting (UNCEEA) to update the statistical community on its progress and plans for the future. 

NSO India looks to expand coverage of SEEA accounts

14 December 2022
After the successful implementation of the NCAVES project in India which led to the development of the

South Africa holds Second Forum on Natural Capital Accounting

01 December 2022
South Africa held its second in-person National Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) Forum on 18-19 October 2022, as part of the implementation and monitoring of the

Resource Corner SEEA News and Notes: Issue 19

16 October 2022
In this issue you will find resources on land accounts in Brazil, FAO’s Land Cover Legend Registry, UNEP-WCMC's urban ecosystem accounting handbook, India's latest environmental accounts, ecosystem condition methodology in the EU and much more. 

Fifth Meeting of the Committee of Experts on Business and Trade Statistics

14 October 2022
The Environmental-Economic Accounts Section of UNSD participated in the 5th Meeting of the UN Committee of Experts on Business and Trade Statistics to talk about the use of business and trade statistics in the compilation of environmental economic accounts. 

New Progress in Mexico on the SEEA after the NCAVES Project

14 October 2022
While the NCAVES Project has finished, the statistical and national scientific community in Mexico continue to collaborate to advance the implementation of ecosystem accounts, with a focus on ecosystem condition.