Australia ramps up implementation of natural capital accounting Natural capital accounting (NCA) is being used to manage marine and coastal resources at local, regional and national scales. IDEEA Group is working with the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment to implement [...]
With another year coming to an end, leading organisations across the private and public sectors interested in Natural Capital Accounting (NCA) convened in Paris to share and collaborate in preparation for 2019. IDEEA Group Directors Mark Eigenraam and Carl Obst were [...]
Combining Forces: efforts to prevent the degradation and depletion of natural capital must be consolidated, life on Earth necessitates it.
Numerous efforts and initiatives to advance and develop natural capital thinking have emerged over the past 10 years. The approaches vary across disciplines and the private and public sectors resulting in a cluttered and confusing landscape. Are they competing, are they [...]
Since 2016, Forico and IDEEA Group have worked together to apply the United Nations System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) in the Forico Estate. Phase 1 of the work program explored the feasibility of applying the SEEA framework to the Forico estate, [...]
Natural capital has both private and public dimensions that are reflected in different perceptions, management and decision-making approaches. These differences often lead to overuse and poor management of natural capital – often referred to as the tragedy of the commons – [...]
Around the world there are tremendous challenges surrounding the use and management of water resources. The Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) was established in 2008 to promote the stewardship of water resources, and in 2014 they released the first International Water [...]
This draft Toolkit which examines the links between the Natural Capital Protocol (NCP) and the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA) is intended to form the basis for a discussion about the ways in which these two tools for natural capital [...]