2 thoughts on “‘Environmental accounting’ could revolutionise nature conservation, but Australia has squandered its potential

  1. And, the Land Account seems a highly constrained response to the issues and complexities of assigning values and prioritising recovery initiatives in natural systems. Some of us, back in 2011, offered an alternative conceptualisation to develop priorities based on evidence (albeit mostly expert judgement), which at the time, seemed to have gravitas. We were not permitted to extend to economic consequences, although we generally considered that to be a natural for uplift from the structure we applied to deliver the national SOE process [the marine component is at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2014.07.012%5D.

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