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Estimates of the financial and societal value of natural resources to people in the UK.
Keywords: environment, habitat, services, sustainability, natural
Natural capital accounts containing information about green space in urban areas.
Keywords: habitat, green space, blue space, ecosystem
Ecosystem accounts for the mountains, moorlands and heath (MMH) environment in the UK. This is the first iteration of the MMH ecosystem account.
Keywords: habitat, green space, blue space
Natural capital accounts for peatlands measures the ecosystem services which nature provides from this dramatic landscape, including water, carbon sequestration, food and recreation.
Keywords: environment, peat, bog, condition, ecosystem, natural
The Scottish natural capital Ecosystem Service Accounts, highlighting the value and benefits of Scotland's natural assets. These are Experimental Statistics.
Keywords: pollution removal, renewable energy, oil, gas, habitat, sustainability, environment
Initial natural capital accounts containing information about green space in urban areas.
Keywords: environment, habitat, green space, blue space
Natural capital refers to the physical, natural, resources and the benefits that these resources provide. This bulletin presents the UK natural capital ecosystem service accounts, aiming to highlight the relative importance of services provided by the UK's natural assets.
Keywords: environment, services, habitat, sustainability, natural
Natural capital accounts for freshwater, farmland and woodland have been developed with categories not previously included. Methodology is experimental and some services are not currently measured.
Keywords: woodland, freshwater, farmland, environment, ecosystem
Natural assets provide a wide range of environmental services that make human life possible. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) have been developing methods to value these services, aiming to highlight the relative importance of services provided by the UK’s natural assets. This bulletin contains a snapshot of our progress.
Keywords: valuation, environment, ecosystem, services, asset flows
The first experimental estimates of carbon stocks being compiled to support the incorporation of natural capital into the UK Environmental Accounts by 2020.
Keywords: Environmental, System of Environmental-Economic Accounting, SEEA, Habitat