Natural capital accounting has a pivotal role to play in the post-2020 biodiversity framework. During the recent COP14, a side event on the SEEA was held to explore the role natural capital accounting and the SEEA can play in the post-2020 agenda.
The applications of natural capital accounting (NCA) to biodiversity and climate change and the opportunity to build bridges between public and private sector NCA practitioners were the themes of Third Forum Decisions on Natural Capital Accounting for Better Policy held in Paris on 26-27 November.
Sustainable ecological development is one of the main focuses of the Indonesian Government's national medium-term development. BPS – Statistics Indonesia, assists in this effort through the production of various SEEA accounts.
The rationale of the strategic plan 2011-2020, adopted by the tenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, in 2010, is that biodiversity underpins ecosystem functioning and the provision of ecosystem services is essential for human well-being. The five strategic goals address issues of mainstreaming biodiversity across governments and society, reducin
Three important international initiatives each seek to create enabling environments for better decision-making, by mainstreaming considerations of natural capital. The Forum on Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) for Better Policy, the Government Dialogue on Natural Capital, and the Combining Forces Initiative have joined up to hold a combined meeting on 26 to 27 November 2018 in Paris during what has been called Natural Capital Week 2018 (Paris, France).