Training Session on “Ecosystem Natural Capital Accounts”

07.10.14 - 07.10.14

A Training Session on: “Ecosystem Natural Capital Accounts: A Quick Start Package” has been announced to take place as a lunch time side event of this year’s Conference of the Parties (COP12) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) on the 7th of October 2014 in Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea.
The training workshop is being offered to diverse participants of COP 12 and not exclusively to National Focal Points of the CBD.

It will be an opportunity for people interested in this issue to learn how to use this manual to facilitate efforts by Parties in achieving Aichi Biodiversity Target 2 on incorporation of biodiversity values in National Accounting Systems.
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The registration form has to be submitted by 1 October 2014.
You can find the Overview and the Program of the Workshop here.

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