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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 ...


St Helena Cultural Ecosystem Services 2019

This report presents findings of an empirical study of the cultural ecosystem services and benefits arising from the interaction between people and the natural and historical environment in St Helena.


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...


Realising nature’s value in UK business 2015

The UK’s natural capital is under pressure (UK National Ecosystem Assessment 2011a). The private sector owns and manages the majority of natural capital in the UK; for example over two thirds of land ...


PDF JNCC Report No. 558: Realising nature’s value in UK business - Realising nature’s value in UK business 2015 1.9 MB

JNCC Report No. 558 Realising nature’s value in UK business McNab, D., Davies, J., Eves, C., Rowcroft, P. & Dunscombe, R. May 2015 © JNCC, Peterborough 2015 ISSN 0963 8901 For further information plea...


PDF Cultural Ecosystem Services on Ascension Island - Ascension Island Cultural Ecosystem Services 2019 2.7 MB

1 South Atlantic Natural Capital Project: Cultural Ecosystem Services on Ascension Island Joana Canelas, Robert Fish, Dimitrios Bormpoudakis, Ness Smith May 2019 2 FINAL REPORT NATURAL CAPITAL ASSESSM...


PDF St Helena Cultural Ecosystem Services - South Atlantic Natural Capital Project; Cultural ecosystem services in St Helena 2019 3.4 MB

South Atlantic Natural Capital Project; Cultural ecosystem services in St Helena. Dimitrios Bormpoudakis Robert Fish Dennis Leo Ness Smith April 2019 Review table Name Reviewed by Date Version 1 Ness ...


Cultural Ecosystem Services on Ascension Island 2019

This report provides an assessment of cultural ecosystem services and benefits resulting from interactions between people and the natural environment on Ascension Island. It is part of a series of Cul...


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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