The System of Environmental-Economic Accounting 2012 - Experimental Ecosystem Accounting (SEEA EEA) constitutes a coherent framework for integrating measures emanating from ecosystems and their flows of services with measures emanating from economic and other human activities. Complementing - and building on - accounting for environmental assets, ecosystem accounting identifies the range of ecosystem assets within the environmental landscape (including forests, wetlands and agricultural areas) and articulates the connections between these assets and the economic and other human activities carried out in that landscape. Indeed, the explicit recognition by SEEA EEA of the role of place in this regard represents the first step on the pathway towards a meaningful understanding of the environmental-economic relationship. Moreover, the integration of ecosystem and economic information is intended to mainstream information on ecosystems within decision-making. Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Ecosystem accounts and approaches to measurement -- Chapter 3. Organizing spatial data and accounting for ecosystem extent -- Chapter 4. Ecosystem condition accounts -- Chapter 5. Accounting for flows of ecosystem services -- Chapter 6. Valuation in ecosystem accounting -- Chapter 7. Accounting for the value and capacity of ecosystem assets -- Chapter 8. Integrating ecosystem accounting information with standard national accounts -- Chapter 9. Thematic accounts -- Annex 1. Key features of a national accounting approach to ecosystem measurement -- Annex 2. Overview of various natural capital .accounting initiatives.