TEEB Manual for Cities: Ecosystem Services in Urban Management

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Title: TEEB Manual for Cities: Ecosystem Services in Urban Management

Publication date: August 2011

Prepared by: Augustin Berghöfer, André Mader, Shela Patrickson, Elisa Calcaterra, Jacques Smit, James Blignaut, Martin de Wit, Hugo van Zyl

Summary: TEEB Manual for Cities builds upon the TEEB reports, tailoring information specifically for cities, drawing on ICLEI and IUCN’s Local Action for Biodiversity Pioneer Project. The manual highlights how a focus on ecosystem services and their valuation can create direct benefits for cities. It also provides stepwise guidance on how to do this illustrated by in-depth case studies.

Citation: TEEB – The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (2011). TEEB Manual for Cities: Ecosystem Services in Urban Management. www.teebweb.org

Languages: English I Polish I Korean I

 

TEEB Manual for Cities: Ecosystem Services in Urban Management

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