Spatial integration enables analysis of all sorts of data for any defined area – from farm or forest to park, catchment, state or nation
Spatial accounting recognises the importance of place based policy and decision making. Spatial accounting reflects the context-specific relationships between natural, produced, human and social capital. The quantity and quality of these capitals underpins the social and economic benefits that are enjoyed by local people and the wider community.
For example, spatial accounting supports forest managers to better manage benefits including clean air and water, unique habitats for endangered species, cultural heritage and tourism values, alongside timber production and employment.
One approach across many locations
Everything happens somewhere
Integrating multiple capitals
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