Seminar on Valuing Ecosystem Services in Natural Protected Areas of Mexico

21.10.13 - 23.10.13

The ”Seminar on Valuing Ecosystem Services in Natural Protected Areas of Mexico” will be held from 21st to 23rd October 2013 in Mexico City. This event is organized by the Mexican National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP), the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH (German Agency for International Cooperation), the World Commission on Protected Areas of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and the United Nations Environment Programme.
The Seminar aims to serve as a forum for the discussion of progress in research and implementation of ecosystem   services valuation, as well as to contribute to design public policies that recognize and reward the sustainable use           of goods and services derived from Protected Areas (PA) in Mexico.

 

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