Accounting for the Condition of Environmental Assets

A paper presented to the UN Committee of Experts on Environmental Accounting at the Technical Meeting on Ecosystem Accounts in London.

A Common Currency for Building Environmental (Ecosystem) Accounts

Peter Cosier and Jane McDonald presented to the 16th London Group on Environmental Accounting in Santiago, Chile.

Sustainable Diversions in the Murray-Darling Basin

This report seeks to identify the scale of reductions in diversions required within each of the 18 catchments of the Basin.

Optimising Carbon in the Australian Landscape

It will be next to impossible to achieve the scale of reductions needed in sufficient time to avoid dangerous climate change.

The Urgent Provision of Water to the Coorong and Lower Lakes

In September 2008 this Submission was tabled at the Senate inquiry into water management in the Coorong and Lower Lakes.

Accounting for Nature

An environmental accounting system which would measure the health and change in condition of our major assets for long-term management.

Australia’s Climate is Changing Australia

Australia is going to have to get by with a lot less water, a whole lot sooner than we thought. Urgently accelerating agreed water reforms.

Blueprint for a National Water Plan

A plan to become water literate and the Council of Australian Governments to commit to urgently needed national reforms.

A New Model for Landscape Conservation in NSW

Landscape conservation founded on simplicity and flexibility, balancing investment security with high environmental standards.

Blueprint for a Living Continent

If we get it right, Australia will continue to produce food and fibre for us and for the rest of the world. If we fail to act, history will judge us harshly.