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Second annual State of Natural Capital report »

The Natural Capital Committee, established to give independent advice to Government on the state of England's natural capital, is due to publish its second annual State of Natural Capital Report in March.

Consulting on biodiversity offsetting »

The government is inviting views on its proposal for biodiversity offsetting to provide benefits for economy and nature, one of the recommendations of the business-led Ecosystem Markets Task Force.

The state of natural capital »

The Natural Capital Committee, giving independent advice to Government and help incorporate natural capital into national and corporate accounting, has published its first annual State of Natural Capital report.

UK National Ecosystem Assessment: the next phase »

The follow-on phase of the UK NEA, the first analysis of the economic and social benefits of the UK’s natural environment, is building the evidence base, communicating the messages and informing new initiatives.

Environmental Audit Committee report on the green economy »

The Environmental Audit Committee has published its report on the green economy, what it should look like, and how it will help deliver sustainable development, recommending a longer-term view and transformation of the whole economy.

The Natural Capital Committee: putting natural capital at the heart of economic thinking »

Defra's Zoe Hodgson explains the need to properly value natural capital in order to allocate resources efficiently, and the role of the newly formed Natural Capital Committee to advise the Government on the state of natural capital.

News round-up: Natural Capital Committee, NEA’s international impact, investment in green infrastructure… »

Recent news: Natural Capital Committee chair, NEA's international impact, plastics re-processing, green infrastructure investment, new SDC archive, Spelman speech, new chief scientist, fisheries policy, reducing discards.