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Accounting for Nature 2016

A model for environmental accounting for measuring the condition of assets over time, with examples from the regional trial.
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Evaluation of the Australian Regional Environmental Accounts Trial

The first of two reports evaluating the application of the Accounting for Nature model as part of the Australian Regional Environmental Accounts Trial.
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Technical Analysis of the Australian Regional Environmental Accounts Trial

This report accompanies the Evaluation Report and provides a more detailed review of approaches used in the Australian Regional Environmental Accounts Trial.
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Blueprint Paper 1: Using Markets to Conserve Natural Capital

Transformative, long-term economic and institutional reforms that Australia must implement if it is to create a healthy environment with a productive economy.
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Report to NRM Regions Australia

This report describes the application of an environmental asset condition accounting method, called Accounting for Nature, at a regional (sub-national) scale, based on the findings of a three year trial.
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Blueprint for a Healthy Environment and a Productive Economy

Transformative, long-term economic and institutional reforms that Australia must implement if it is to create a healthy environment with a productive economy.
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Statement on the Future of Australia's Water Reform

The Wentworth Group calls on all Australian governments to take the long view and prepare the country for this new climate regime by recommitting to water reform through a new, broader national agreement.
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Wentworth Group Evaluation of 3200Gl Modeling with Relaxed Constraints

Plan for a reduction in extractions combined with relaxation of eight constraints, falls well short of satisfying the requirements of the Water Act 2007.
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Statement on Changes to Commonwealth Powers to Protect Australia’s Environment

Proposes a suite of reforms, as an alternative to the Commonwealth's plans to hand environmental approvals powers to states.
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Wentworth Group Evaluation of the Proposed Basin Plan

Response to plan changes released on August 6, 2012. Once again the taxpayer pays, individuals benefit and the river loses.