Archive for 'biodiversity'
Online events in March from 2degrees: UK green build market, energy behaviour change, ISO 50001 and how to use it, connecting smallholders and global value chains, carbon disclosure, biodiversity offsetting.
Green economy round-up: green growth, environmental tax, sustainable income, biodiversity, recycling »
The SDRN highlights recent reports on sustainable development, economics and business: growing a green economy, environmental tax reform, sustainable income, business case for biodiversity, recycling.
Online events in December from 2degrees, an online community for sustainable business: engaging consumers, buildings' energy use, changing fashion, food and the smart grid, the Renewable Heat Incentive, biodiversity and business.
Defra's new biodiversity strategy for England builds on the Natural Environment White Paper to set out the strategic direction for policy and priorities for action over the next decade to enhance biodiversity on land and at sea.
Two recent research reports help reveal the value of the UK's wildlife and habitats, estimating that wildlife under the UK Biodiversity Action Plan and Sites of Special Scientific Interest is worth around £1.5 billion per year to the UK.
A new code of practice highlights the environmental, social and economic problems which invasive non-native plants can cause and provides advice to all involved in horticulture on basic steps to minimise their impact.
30 June 2011, Central London: addressing the debate on halting biodiversity loss and reducing environmental degradation, following publication of the Government’s forthcoming Natural Environment White Paper.
In the second of our series of articles on evidential priorities, Professor Robert Watson looks at biodiversity, its critical importance to human wellbeing and the economy, and how getting the economics right can help address its loss.
7 April 2011, 5pm (UK): The editors of the first two volumes of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity explore the economic value of nature, and the advantages and ethics of putting a price on our natural world.
The Global Legislators Organisation seeks to improve the valuation of natural capital in decision-making through a better understanding of economic valuation of natural capital, scientific assessment of trends and political leadership.