Private sector trials of Accounting for Nature

The Wentworth Group has published early findings of the enterprise-scale environmental accounts trial in the paper “Private sector trials of Accounting for Nature, and links with national environmental economic accounts.”

Accounting for Nature 2016

A model for environmental accounting for measuring the condition of assets over time, with examples from the regional trial.

Draft Protocol for Constructing a Native Vegetation Condition Account

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

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.

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.

Australian Regional Environmental Accounts Trial: 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.

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.

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.