The Present State of Environmental and Resource Accounting and Its Potential Application in Developing Countries
United Nations Environment Programme, 1992 - Conservation of natural resources - 32 pages
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SUMMARY OF EXISTING EXPERIENCE IN ERA
CONCLUSIONS BASED ON THE EXISTING SITUATION
Abaza approaches to environmental Bartelmus broad function Category consumption/depreciation costs database on environment-economy defensive expenditures degradation of natural depletion and degradation depreciation developing countries Domestic Product Economic Accounting SEEA economic activity ecosystems environment-economy interactions Environmental Accounting Environmental and Economic environmental and resource environmental assets environmental resources Environmentally adjusted existing experience Expert Group Meeting flow accounts framework French system Gilbert Hueting identified implementation individual resources industrialized countries Integrated Environmental linkage markets methodology monetary terms National Accounts Nations Statistical Office natural capital Natural Resource Accounting natural resource base Norwegian system ongoing paper Pearce Peskin with Lutz Peskin's approach physical accounts physical resource accounting produced natural assets Programme Repetto resource depletion satellite accounts sector Serafy and Lutz SNA Expert Group SNA Handbook Statistics Sweden stock and flow sustainable development sustainable income undertaken UNEP UNEP/World Bank United Nations 1991b United Nations Statistical Washington D.C. World Bank World Resources Institute Y.J. Ahmad