Professional Training on Mainstreaming the values of water and wetland into decison-making

31.08.13 - 31.08.13

This one day training workshop will draw from the findings of the TEEB for Water and Wetlands Report and aims to generate a better understanding of the ecosystem service values of water and wetlands, in order to encourage improved decision making for the conservation, investment and wise use of wetlands.

Participants will hear from experts about how the values of ecosystem services related to water and wetlands can lead to better informed and fairer decision-making and learn practical recommendations of how to include these values in decision-making.
This one day professional training workshop will take place on the margins of the 6th Annual Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) taking place in Bali, Indonesia 26-31 August  2013.



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