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Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management
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Blue Carbon+: Efforts to harness coastal and marine ecosystem values for improved ecosystem management

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7th GEF Biennial International Waters Conference in Barbados Presentation on Session III: Economic Valuation of Ecosystem Services by Christian Susan, UNIDO

7th GEF Biennial International Waters Conference in Barbados Presentation on Session III: Economic Valuation of Ecosystem Services by Christian Susan, UNIDO

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  • 1. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Session III: Economic Valuation of Ecosystem Services Chair: Christian Susan, UNIDO
  • 2. Saturday, 26 October 2013 The Role of Valuation of Ecosystem Services for Decision-Making and Methods of Economic Valuation Eduard Interwies, InterSus Sustainability Services
  • 3. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Valuation of Marine Ecosystem Goods and Services in the Caribbean: A Review and Framework for Future Work Patrick Debels, Caribbean Sea LME
  • 4. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Applications of Economic Valuation in the Souru River Basin Stefano Barchiesi
  • 5. Sunday, 27 October 2013 Session IV: Economic Valuation and Market-Based Instruments Chair: Warwick Sauer, Rhodes University
  • 6. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Using Market-Based Instruments, Tools, and Issues in Identifying, Designing, and Implementing Payments for Ecosystem Services Mark Smith, International Union for the Conservation of Nature
  • 7. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Case Study and Discussion: The Benefits of Ecosystem Services, Environmental Economics, and EcoCompensation Schemes Christian Susan, UNIDO
  • 8. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Partnering with the Private Sector for Watershed Protection in the Motangua-Polochic System in Guatemala Karin Krchnak, World Wildlife Fund
  • 9. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Latin America Water Funds Partnership: Experiences in Scaling Up Watershed Conservation Rebecca Tharme, The Nature Conservancy
  • 10. Sunday, 27 October 2013 Session V: Using Economic Valuation for Decision-Making Chair: Nico Willemse, Benguela Current LME
  • 11. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Case Study: Application of Economic Valuation to Policymaking Steven Lutz, GRID-Arendal
  • 12. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Facilitated Discussion: How to Bridge the Gap Between Science and Policy Regarding Economic Valuation and Policymaking Steven Lutz, GRID-Arendal Peter Edwards, U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • 13. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Peer Group Work: Development of a Personal Action Plan for Designing and Implementing of Economic Valuation Approaches and Payment for Ecosystem Services Programmes Mark Smith, International Union for the Conservation of Nature
  • 14. Saturday, 26 October 2013 Exploring Synergies Between the Marine Commodities Project and the GEF Large Marine Ecosystem and Fisheries Portfolio Andrei Klimenko, Sustainable Fisheries Partnership

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