Ecosystem accounting is being used by countries all over the world to support policies on biodiversity, climate, resource efficiency, nitrogen, water, forestry and sustainable agriculture, as well as to better understand synergies and trade offs between biodiversity and land, resource, ecosystem service use.
Mark will explore the origins of ecosystem accounting, the different types of account, the data behind them, the role of valuation, how the accounts interact to present information, and how they're being used by decision-makers around the world to support better policy.
Learn more about this emerging approach by joining us for this free event:
When? 11am - 1pm on Friday April 12th, followed by lunch
Where? Botany Lecture Theatre, Botany Department, Trinity College Dublin (map)
How? Registration is free, but please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org