List of presentations from Session 1.b (Policy demand and priorities to monitor the relationship between human activity and the environment: National Accounts and the Environment - Policy Demand and Initiatives at the Global and Regional levels) of the Valuing and Accounting for the Environment in the Asia Region, Bangkok, 8-10 October 20013.
1. National Accounts and the Environment: Policy Demand—Global and Regional Initiatives
This presentation was given by Constantine Chikosi, Manager for Operations in East Asia‐Pacific, The World Bank.
The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific is the oldest and most comprehensive annual review of economic and social development in Asia and the Pacific. This flagship publication of ESCAP outlines policies to sustain dynamic growth and to make it inclusive such as boosting internal demand, enhancing connectivity to create a seamless and region-wide market, and building productive capacities in the least developed countries.
Practical exercise in groups on:
• Design and implementation of aquaculture traceability systems
• Design and implementation of fresh produce traceability systems
• Design and implementation of meat processing traceability systems
By Dr. Heiner Lehr
The 2012 edition of the Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific, the oldest and most comprehensive annual review of economic and social development in the region, analyses the short and medium-term challenges for the region and the outlook for the year ahead. The publication provides policy options for governments to overcome these challenges and maintain the pursuit of inclusive and sustainable development in Asia and the Pacific.