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11th Meeting of the London Group on Environmental Accounting
26-30 March 2007, Johannesburg, South Africa
 
DOCUMENTATION FOR THE MEETING
AgendaPDF
List of participantsPDF
ReportPDF
 
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FOR THE MEETING
AGENDA ITEM 1Opening (Jairo Arrow, Deputy Director General for Quality and Intergration, Statistics South Africa)
AGENDA ITEM 2UNCEEA Business (Ivo Havinga, United Nations Statistics Division on behalf of Walter Radermacher, Chair, UNCEEA and President, Federal Statistical Office Germany)
AGENDA ITEM 3Results of London Group Consultation on Governance Structure and Role of the London Group in the SEEA Revision
 LG/11/1Results of London Group Consultation on Governance Structure (Mark de Haan, Statistics Netherlands)
  Paper
 LG/11/2Role of the London Group in the SEEA Revision (Mark de Haan, Statistics Netherlands)
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 4The Structure of the Revised SEEA
 LG/11/3A Structure Proposal (Mark de Haan, Statistics Netherlands)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/4Note on Proposed Structure (Karl Schoer, Federal Statistical Office Germany)
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 5Issues Related to Chapters 3 and 4
 LG/11/5List of Issues and Results from a Small Survey (Martin Lemire on behalf of Joe St.Lawrence, Statistics Canada)
 Presentation
 LG/11/6Report of the Oslo Group (Julie Hass, Statistics Norway)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/7Proposed List of Issues Related to Energy Accounts (Julie Hass, Statistics Norway)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/8Links between Energy Accounts, Balances and Statistics (Thomas Olsen, Statistics Denmark)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/9Links between OECD Manual on MFA and SEEA-2003 (Aldo Femia, Italian National Institute of Statistics on behalf of OECD)
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 6Issues Related to Chapters 5 and 6
 LG/11/10List of Issues (Nancy Steinbach and Viveka Palm, Statistics Sweden, and Julio Cabeça, Eurostat)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 7Issues Related to Chapters 7 and 8
 LG/11/111993 SNA Rev.1 and Revised BPM5 - Recommendations that have Implications for the SEEA-2003 (for information) (Ivo Havinga, United Nations Statistics Division)
 Presentation
 LG/11/12Classification of Assets (Alessandra Alfieri and Ivo Havinga, United Nations Statistics Division)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/13Recording of Depletion (Peter Comisari, Australian Bureau of Statistics)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/14Valuation Methods of Energy and Mineral Resources (Estrella Domingo and Edward Eugenio Lopez-Dee, National Statistical Coordination Board, Philippines)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/15Progress Report: Handbook on Mineral and Energy Asset Accounting (Ole Gravgård, Statistics Denmark)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/16Net Present Value Calculations (Ole Gravgård, Statistics Denmark)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 7Issues Related to Chapters 7 and 8 (Cont'd)
 LG/11/17Definition of Physical Reserves (James Blignaut and Jackie Crafford, University of Pretoria, South Africa)
 Presentation
 LG/11/18Classification Issues (Bram Edens and Ilaria DiMatteo, United Nations Statistics Division)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/19Forest Accounts (Jukka Muukkonen, Statistics Finland)
 PaperPresentation
 LG/11/20The Recording of Ecosystem Services in the SEEA (Jean-Louis Weber, European Environment Agency)
 Presentation
AGENDA ITEM 8Issues Related to Chapters 9 and 10
 LG/11/21Valuation of Degradation - State of the Art Report (Martin O'Connor, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France)
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 9Issues Related to Indicators
 LG/11/22A Proposed SEEA Indicator Set (Sjoerd Schenau and Rutger Hoekstra, Statistics Netherlands)
 PaperPresentation
AGENDA ITEM 10Wrap up of the Meeting
 LG/11/23Report of the Meeting
 Paper 
 LG/11/24SEEA Revision Issues List
AGENDA ITEM 11Future Actions
 LG/11/25Next London Group Meeting
 
 
SPECIAL SESSION ON WATER ACCOUNTS - ORGANIZED BY UNITED NATIONS STATISTICS DIVISION
LG/11/SSWA/1SEEAW (Michael Vardon, United Nations Statistics Division)
 Presentation
LG/11/SSWA/2Regional Water Accounts and the Transformation of Spatial Data (Bram Edens, Lisa Lowe and Michael Vardon, UNSD)
 PaperPresentation
LG/11/SSWA/3Water Quality Accounting: WAQ Case Study in Moldova (Jana Tafi, Water Data Centre, Republic of Moldova)
 Presentation
LG/11/SSWA/4Water Resource Accounts for South Africa (Jackie Crafford and Aneme Malan, Statistics South Africa)
 Presentation
LG/11/SSWA/5A Monetary Water Account for Australia (Peter Comisari, Australian Bureau of Statistics)
 Presentation
 
BACKGROUND PAPERS
Minutes of First Meeting of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Environmental-Economic AccountingPDF
Short Report of the 10th London Group MeetingPDF
Experimental Monetary Water Accounts for Australia, 2003-04 (P. Comisari, ABS)PDF
A Monetary Water Account for Australia (P. Comisari, ABS)PDF
An Experimental Application of Reduced PIOTs and PSUTs (A. Femia, ISTAT)PDF
Draft Report of the Statistical Commission on Environmental Accounting (27 February – 2 March 2007)PDF
Research Agenda: A Preliminary Consolidated List of IssuesPDF
Water Quality Accounts Path to Water Price Policy. Water Quality Accounting in the Republic of Moldova & Provisional Results in the WQA Case Study (J. Tafi, Water Data Centre, Republic of Moldova)PDF
Paradigms for Sustainability Assessment: Inventory of Costs & Benefits versus Representative Diversity of Indicators (M. O'Connor, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines)PDF

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