Guidance Manual for TEEB Country Studies

Title: Guidance Manual for TEEB Country Studies

Publication Date: May 2013

Authors: Heidi Wittmer (UFZ), Hugo van Zyl (Independent Economic Researchers), Claire Brown (UNEP WCMC), Julian Rode (UFZ), Ece Ozdemiroglu (Eftec), Nick Bertrand (UNEP), Patrick ten Brink (IEEP), Andrew Seidl (Colorado State University), Marianne Kettunen (IEEP), Leonardo Mazza (IEEP), Florian Manns (UFZ), Jasmin Hundorf (UNEP), Isabel Renner (GIZ), Strahil Christov (DG Environment), Pavan Sukhdev (GIST)

Summary: This TEEB Manual provides both technical and operational guidance on how countries may conduct a TEEB Country Study. It outlines the various steps that may be taken to initiate and implement a country study, communicate its findings, and implement the recommendations of the study.

Languages:English

Citation: TEEB – The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (2013): Guidance Manual for TEEB Country Studies. Version 1.0.

 

Guidance Manual for TEEB Country Studies

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