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PDF JNCC Report No. 533 - Main report - Assessing physical trade flows of materials of biological origin to and from Scotland 2014 681.3 KB

JNCC Report No: 533 Assessing physical trade flows of materials of biological origin to and from Scotland Simon Croft, Elena Dawkins & Chris West October 2014 © JNCC, Peterborough 2014 ISSN 0963 8901 ...


PDF South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands NCA workshop follow-on meeting - South Atlantic Natural Capital Assessment: South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands NCA workshop follow-on meeting 2017 576.4 KB

Ness Smith August 2017 South Atlantic Natural Capital Assessment: South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands NCA workshop follow-on meeting 1 Review table Name Reviewed by Date Version 1 Ness Smith 30/07/...


ZIP JNCC Report No. 533 - Supplemental commodity data (spreadsheets) 2014 323.3 KB

The UK, and Scotland, is heavily dependent on products of biological origin – both produced domestically and sourced from overseas. This dependence on ‘biomass’ includes the consumption of products de...


St Helena Natural Capital Modelling 2019

This report presents the findings of a study that modelled St Helena’s natural capital including an exploration of different future development scenarios. The model is not intended to provide the ‘rig...


PDF St Helena Natural Capital Modelling - South Atlantic Natural Capital Assessment; Modelling St Helena’s Natural Capital 2019 3.3 MB

South Atlantic Natural Capital Assessment; Modelling St Helena’s Natural Capital Alistair McVittie, James Hutchison, iLaria Marengo, Ness Smith April 2019 i Review table Name Reviewed by Date Version ...


South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands NCA workshop follow-on meeting 2017

Report on follow up meeting in South Georgia & Sout Sandwich Islands to the Natural Capital workshops carried out in Falkland Islands, Ascension and South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands, which a...


Assessing physical trade flows of materials of biological origin to and from Scotland 2014

The UK, and Scotland, is heavily dependent on products of biological origin – both produced domestically and sourced from overseas. This dependence on ‘biomass’ includes the consumption of products de...




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