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Insights gained from natural capital accounting can guide the design of projects and public policies.
Valuation approaches include cost-based, revealed preference, stated preference, and benefit transfer.
Without proper valuation, natural assets’ scarcity remains economically invisible, leading to their exploitation for short-term gains.
Unlock clean energy's potential with renewables, carbon capture, energy storage, sustainable hydrogen, and smart grids.
Access to information, evidence, and policy development help identify situations and monitor the effects of policy interventions.
Regional cooperation and improved data practices can help address the challenge of plastic pollution more effectively.
A national standardized spatial data infrastructure offers insights for sustainable and resilient land resource management and smart city planning.
Countries in Asia and the Pacific must use tax incentives sparingly, embed them into law, and reinforce their overall investment environment.
Assess preparedness for BEPS minimum standards and the global minimum tax proposal, prioritize tax certainty, and develop capacities to address international tax avoidance and treaty abuse.
Tax expenditure estimation is an important analytical tool in supporting tax policy formulation.