Portugal

CountryProject OverviewScopeContact Details
Portugal

– “The way to
ptTEEB”
– TEEB
Portugal
– ptTEEB for
Business

National

CIMO – Mountain Research
Centre/Instituto Politécnico
de Brangança
Ms. Cristina Marta-Pedroso
cristina.pedroso@ipb.pt

Tiago Domingos
PhD, Professor at Instituto Superior Técnico
IN+ – Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research/ Instituto Superior
Técnico
tdomingos@ist.utl.pt

Country Name: Portugal

Project Description:

The ptTEEB project was launched in 2011 and will be implemented over a period of five years. The ptTEEB for business was finished, commissioned by EDP, Energias de Portugal.

Scope: National.

Implementers and Donors:
IN+/IST  and CIMO/IPB are the implementers institutions.

Contact Person:
CIMO – Mountain Research
Centre/Instituto Politécnico
de Brangança
Ms. Cristina Marta-Pedroso
cristina.pedroso@ipb.pt

Tiago Domingos
PhD, Professor at Instituto Superior Técnico
IN+ – Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research/ Instituto Superior
Técnico
tdomingos@ist.utl.pt

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Natural Capital Accounting and Water Quality: Commitments, Benefits, Needs and Progress

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