Open topic session on TEEB for Water and Wetlands Report
27.08.13 - 27.08.13
An open topic session will take place on August 27th and will introduce a discussion of the findings and recommendations from the TEEB report for Water and Wetlands, followed by a ”Spotlight on Asia” policy roundtable. The report seeks to present how recognizing, demonstrating, and capturing the values of ecosystem services related to water and wetlands can lead to better informed, more efficient, and fairer decision making. It will provide recommendations for transforming regional, national and international approaches for managing water, wetlands and their ecosystem services.
This open topic session will take place on the margins of the 6th Annual Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) taking place in Bali, Indonesia 26-31 August 2013.
To see the full programme of the ESP Conference, click here.
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