1. Introduction & Objectives
Accounting for ecosystem and ecosystem services is gaining growing attention. Human activities (including both economic sectors and households) do affect the capacity of ecosystem units to provide services that in turn generate benefits. To measure environmental resources as tangible benefits that enter the market circuit or that are withdrawn for own consumption is not sufficient. Only the assessment of services as flows can provide us with relevant information on issues such as sustainable /unsustainable management practices and land use, and the identification of a causality nexus between human actors and ecosystem services. Click here to read more.
2. Lead Team & Members
- Alessandra La Notte, Joint Research Centre, Directorate D – Sustainable Resources
- Neville Crossman, Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA)
- Davide Geneletti
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3. Activities and outputs
- 2019 ESP10 world Conference: Accounting for ecosystem services: time for applications Book of abstracts, Presentations
- 2018 Asia ESP Conference:Accounting For Ecosystem Services : Policy and Practices Book of Abstracts, Presentations
- 2018 European ESP Conference: Combining accounting structures with ecosystem services: biophysical models, valuation techniques, and policy uses Book of Abstracts, Presentations
- 2016 European ESP Conference: Nature-based solutions for urban challenges Book of abstracts, Presentations
- 2015 World ESP conference: Ecosystem accounting: Advances, Lessons learned, and Implications for Decision-Making Book of abstracts, Presentations