TEEB for Business – Executive Summary
Title: TEEB for Business – Executive Summary
Publication date: July 2010
Summary: TEEB for Policy Makers – Summary: Responding to the value of nature report calls on policy makers to accelerate, scale-up and embed investments in the management and restoration of ecosystems. The report also calls for more sophisticated cost-benefit analysis before policy decisions are made. The report cites a study in south Thailand on the conversion of mangroves into shrimp farms.
Citation: TEEB – The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Business – Executive Summary 2010.
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