Case Studies

Economic Viability of the National-Scale Forestation Program: The Case of Success in the Republic of Korea

8th December 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Enabling Environment

This article was originally published in Ecosystem Services.  Highlights: The Republic of Korea (ROK) succeeded in its goal of national forestation. The economic viability of the forestation program in the ROK was investigated. The net present value and benefit-cost ratio were 54,316 million $ and 5.84. This economic viability was supported by additional measures for… [more]

Natural Capital Protocol Shapes Yorkshire Water’s Asset & Land Management Strategies

7th December 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Featured

This article was originally published on the World Forum on Natural Capital.  “Yorkshire Water is one of the UK’s largest water companies, providing 5 million domestic customers and 140,000 businesses with 1.3 billion litres of clean water every day. To do this, it’s vital that we manage our 671 treatment works, 83,000km of pipework and… [more]

The Natural Treasures of Bonaire (Video)

4th December 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Enabling Environment

This video was produced by Wolfs Company.  “The Wolfs Company documentary “National Treasures of Bonaire” was produced to communicate the results of the project TEEB Bonaire. The documentary gives an insight in how the economic value of nature is linked to everyday life. It raised awareness about the importance of healthy ecosystems and has gained… [more]

Global Nature Fund Releases “The Natural Capital Protocol in Practice”

4th December 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Enabling Environment,Featured

This report was developed by the Global Nature Fund.  “In the project “Network Natural Capital” (duration 2015-2017), the Global Nature Fund was able to gain initial experience in carrying out natural capital assessments in cooperation with project partners in two pilot studies . Both case studies are based on the recommended approach of the Natural Capital Protocol published in July 2016 . Based on… [more]

Natural Capital Assessment for Trenchless Pipe Laying – Global Nature Fund

31st October 2017
Published under: Case Studies

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Mapping Human Influence Intensity in the Tibetan Plateau for Conservation of Ecological Service Functions

25th October 2017
Published under: Case Studies,Data Tools & Methodologies

This paper was originally published in Ecosystem Services.  Highlights The human influence intensity (HII) of the TP was low, and the eastern and southeastern TP saw high HII. The county-scale HII increased by 31.45% for 1990–2010, which is greater than the global level of 9% for 1993–2009. There are 11.02% of the grids which experienced… [more]