TEEB for Agriculture & Food – Scoping workshop

22.01.14 - 23.01.14

Building on the TEEB approach to draw attention to the economic benefits of ecosystems services to agricultural systems, the TEEB Office in partnership with UNEP- World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC) are organizing a scoping workshop to draw input from several experts for a future study.   A  Concept Note has been written and will inform the discussion on the pressing research questions related to the impacts and dependencies of the agricultural sector, including welfare on biodiversity ecosystem services.

The scoping workshop will be held at European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.

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