This session will introduce the technical work that is being carried out as a collaboration between the National Statistics Office of Nepal, the Ministry of Forests and Environment of Nepal, and the World Bank for improving data and analytics on forest resources and household dependence on forests in Nepal.
Natural capital is the wealth of the poor. Its degradation and loss are their burden to carry. Degradation of nature could cause the poorest countries to lose 10% of their GDP annually by 2030.
The new portal is now home to 71 ESG indicators along with 40 additional indicators, which span 60 years and 217 economies.
Investing in nature is crucial for reducing poverty and inequality and preserving the critical ecosystems that support livelihoods and a stable climate.
GPS Seminar Series features systematic approaches, real-life case-studies, and lessons learned from around the world.
The 2022 Forum focused on financing for nature with discussion on the role natural capital, ecosystem services data and analytics play in investment and policy decisions.
Using detailed satellite imagery, watershed research team gets more significant results with less investment.
The publication provides an updated database and rich analysis of the world’s wealth accounts spanning 146 countries, annually from 1995 to 2018.
The report uses innovative economic modelling techniques to estimate how changes in select ecosystem services impact the economy, helping decision-makers understand the cost of inaction.