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10th Meeting of the London Group on Environmental Accounting
19-21 June 2006, New York, USA
 
DOCUMENTATION FOR THE MEETING
AgendaPDF
List of ParticipantsPDF
ReportPDF
 
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FOR THE MEETING
AGENDA ITEM 1Opening and country updates
 LG/10/1Opening statement (Paul Cheung, Director, United Nations Statistics Division)
  Paper
 LG/10/2Countries/Organizations' update (London Group participants)
  Paper by Canada
  Paper by Denmark
  Paper by Germany
  Paper by the Netherlands
  Paper by Norway
  Paper by South Africa
  Paper by Sweden
  Paper by the United Kingdom
  Presentation by Eurostat
 LG/10/3The newly formed United Nations Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic Accounting (UNCEEA) (Walter Radermacher, Chair, UNCEEA and Vice-President Federal Statistical Office Germany)
AGENDA ITEM 2Governance structure of the London Group
 LG/10/4Changes in objectives and goverance structure of the London Group
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 3SEEA 2010 Revision process
 LG/10/5SEEA as an international statistical standard on environmental-economic accounting? A consolidated list of issues, prioritization and path forward
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 4Physical flow accounts and hybrid accounts
 LG/10/6Summary of the issues in the research agenda (Ole Gravgård, Statistics Denmark and Sjoerd Schenau, Statistics Netherlands)
  Presentation
 LG/10/7Material flow accounting - importance and analysis of indirect flows (Aldo Femia and Donatella Vignani, Italian National Institute of Statistics)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/10/8Calculation of direct and indirect material input by type of raw material and economic activities (Karl Schoer, Federal Statistical Office Germany)
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 4Physical flow accounts and hybrid accounts (Cont'd)
 LG/10/9Summary of the issues related to energy flow accounts and collaboration between the Oslo Group on Energy Statistics and the London Group (Kristine Kolshus, Statistics Norway)
 Presentation
 LG/10/10Energy accounts in the Netherlands (Sjoerd Schenau, Statistics Netherlands)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/10/11Water emission accounts (Danielle Thomson and Michael Vardon, Australian Bureau of Statistics)
 Presentation
 LG/10/12Waste in the NAMEA framework (Roel Delahaye, Statistics Netherlands))
 PaperPresentation
 LG/10/13Transport and environment (Walther Adler and Karl Schoer, Federal Statistical Office Germany)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/10/14How to measure the impact of our consumption on the rest of the world (Rocky Harris, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, United Kingdom)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 5Accounting for other environmental related transactions
 LG/10/15Summary of the issues in the research agenda (Viveka Palm, Statistics Sweden and Rainer Muthmann, Eurostat)
 PaperPresentation by Eurostat
 Presentation by Statistics Sweden
AGENDA ITEM 6Asset accounts and the valuation of natural resource stocks
 LG/10/16Classification of natural assets: implication of the update of the 1993 SNA and possible issues to address (Alessandra Alfieri and Ivo Havinga, United Nations Statistics Division)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 7Asset accounts and the valuation of natural resource stocks - Mineral accounts
 LG/10/17Mineral and Energy Asset Accounts - Background and outline for future work and terms of reference for the work (Alessandra Alfieri, United Nations Statistics Division and Ole Gravgård, Statistics Denmark)
 Presentation
 LG/10/18Allocating mineral valuations using unit record data (Jeremy Webb, United Nations Statistics Division on behalf of Paul Pascoe, Statistics New Zealand)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/10/19Classification of subsoil assets (Julie Hass and Kristine Kolshus, Statistics Norway)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/10/20Handbook on mineral and energy asset accounting - Presentation of outline, discussion of content and how to proceed (Alessandra Alfieri, United Nations Statistics Division and Ole Gravgård, Statistics Denmark)
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 8Asset accounts and the valuation of natural resource stocks - Timber accounts
 LG/10/21Outstanding issues and problems for forestry accounting in a SEEA context (Jukka Muukkonen, Statistics Finland)
 Paper 
AGENDA ITEM 9Valuation of natural resource stocks
 LG/10/22Alternative Measures of the Value of Resource Rent and Natural Capital in Constant Prices (Glenn-Marie Lange, Columbia University, USA)
 Paper 
 LG/10/23Experimental Monetary Water Accounts for Australia (Rebecca Thomson and Michael Vardon, Australian Bureau of Statistics)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 10Valuation techniques for measuring degradation and making adjustments to the flow accounts
 LG/10/24Summary of the issues in the research agenda (Kirk Hamilton, World Bank)
 LG/10/25Framework and Progress of Integrated Economic and Environmental Accounting in China (Yu Fang, Jiang Hongqiang, Cao Dong, Wang Jinnan and Ge Caizhong, Chinese Academy for Environmental Planning)
 Paper 
AGENDA ITEM 11Applications and policy uses of the SEEA
 LG/10/26How to "educate" the users to the potential of using environmental accounts for development policies: the case of Italy (Cesare Constantino, Italian National Institute of Statistics)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 12Ecosystem accounting: proposal for the creation of a new sub-group of the London Group
 LG/10/27Land Owner Surveys and Land Accounting in Australia (John Purcell and Michael Vardon, Australian Bureau of Statistics)
 Presentation
 LG/10/28Proposal for the creation of a sub-group on ecosystem accounting (Jean-Louis Weber, European Environment Agency)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 13Summary of meeting and discussion of future work
 LG/10/29Summary of the sessions, discussion and conclusions for further work
 Paper 
 LG/10/30Other issues and discussion points (other issues for the London Group, next meeting, etc.)

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