Proposed Criteria for Assessing Water Resource Plans under the Murray-Darling Basin Plan

We propose nine criteria which we believe all Water Resource Plans and related planning instruments should meet in order to satisfy Basin Plan requirements.

Healthy Environment—Productive Economy: A Conundrum?

In 2016 Professor Bruce Thom wrote this essay titled "Healthy Environment—Productive Economy: A Conundrum?"

Draft Protocol for Constructing a Native Vegetation Condition Account

A draft protocol for establishing commonality between native vegetation asset accounts.

Quick Guide for Constructing Regional Scale Environmental Asset Condition Accounts

A Quick Guide reference to the seven steps for constructing Regional Scale Environmental Asset Condition Accounts.

Initial Observations from the Australian Regional Environmental Asset Condition Accounts Trials

Describes how the Accounting for Nature model uses science and statistics to create a common unit of measure for environmental accounting.

Accounting for Nature: A Common Currency for Measuring the Condition of Our Environment

Peter Cosier presented a keynote address, Accounting for Nature: A Common Currency for Measuring the Condition of Our Environment in NZ.

Global insights into water resources, climate change and governance

The threats of climate change and the trade-offs between extractions and flows are examined for the Colorado, Murray, Orange and Yellow Rivers.

Water and the Future of Water in Australia

Dr John Williams was invited to give the keynote address at the Australian Water Association NSW Heads of Water Gala Dinner.

Trials of Environmental Asset Condition Accounts in Australia

Peter Cosier and Carla Sbrocchi presented to the UN Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting in Rio de Janeiro.

Capturing Science in Accounts

Prof Bruce Thom presented to the Australian Bureau of Statistics: Completing the Picture – Environmental Accounting in Practice Conference in Melbourne.