Seminar “Environmental Services – an Increasingly Important Asset”

26.11.13 - 26.11.13

Every day we use valuable natural resources and environmental services without thinking about it. The business community and society depend on the biodiversity and functioning of ecosystem services in order to create wealth.

The Seminar  titled  “Environmental Services – an Increasingly Important Asset” will feature Pavan Sukhdev, TEEB study Leader. and will take place 26 November, 2013 in  Stockholm Sweden.

The seminar is organised by SIANI, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC), Swedish Water House and SWESIF.

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  • Discuss: Twitter hashtag #pay2nature (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23pay2nature)
  • Read more on the seminar webpage here

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