Breakout Group work II: Using
valuations to influence decision
Making

Eduard Interwies

IWC7: pre-workshop on economic va...
5 breakout groups
Facilitators:
Group 1: Warwick Sauer
Group 2: Peter Edwards
Group 3: Steve Lutz
Group 4: David Gil
Group...
Questions to be discussed
1. What are the main uses of economic valuation of
ecosystem services for decision-making from y...
„Flow“ of breakout groups
1. Tour-de-table/Introduction round
2. Moving through each question: each

participant takes dow...
Let´s start!

Coffee break first (up to 16.30h), then
please move to the your group
swiftly;)

IWC7: pre-workshop on econo...
Thank you!
Contact: interwies@intersus.eu

IWC7: pre-workshop on economic valuation, Bridgetown, 26-27 Oct 2013

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Breakout Group work II: Using valuations to influence decision Making

  1. 1. Breakout Group work II: Using valuations to influence decision Making Eduard Interwies IWC7: pre-workshop on economic valuation, Bridgetown, 26-27 Oct 2013 1
  2. 2. 5 breakout groups Facilitators: Group 1: Warwick Sauer Group 2: Peter Edwards Group 3: Steve Lutz Group 4: David Gil Group 5: Adrian Cashman Edi Interwies (lead facilitator) moving around the 5 groups and supporting  Please see lists on the wall regarding which group you are in (random allocation) IWC7: pre-workshop on economic valuation, Bridgetown, 26-27 Oct 2013 2
  3. 3. Questions to be discussed 1. What are the main uses of economic valuation of ecosystem services for decision-making from your perspective? 2. What methods seem most appropriate/usable? 3. What are the main difficulties in increasing the use of economic valuation of ES for decision making? 4. How to overcome them? 5. How can economic valuation of ES be better integrated in the official TDA-SAP Methodologyaction points IWC7: pre-workshop on economic valuation, Bridgetown, 26-27 Oct 2013 3
  4. 4. „Flow“ of breakout groups 1. Tour-de-table/Introduction round 2. Moving through each question: each participant takes down his main point(s) on a card each, presents it briefly and pins it on the flip-chart – discussion 3. At the end of discussion: facilitator to „cluster“ the cards and to identify together with the participants the key elements  Tomorrow morning, a short summary of the working group discussions will be presented by Edi IWC7: pre-workshop on economic valuation, Bridgetown, 26-27 Oct 2013 4
  5. 5. Let´s start! Coffee break first (up to 16.30h), then please move to the your group swiftly;) IWC7: pre-workshop on economic valuation, Bridgetown, 26-27 Oct 2013 5
  6. 6. Thank you! Contact: interwies@intersus.eu IWC7: pre-workshop on economic valuation, Bridgetown, 26-27 Oct 2013 6

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