The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity – Valuation Database Manual

Title: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity – Valuation Database Manual

Publication: December 2013

Authors: Alistair McVittie and Salman Hussain of the Sustainable Ecosystems Team at SRUC, Scotland’s Rural College

Summary: The Manual presents an overview and explains the potential uses and functions of the TEEB Valuation Database. The Manaul discusses the origin of the database; describes its content and structure; outlines its contents and discusses how it may be used, including important caveats.

Languages: English

Citation: McVittie A., Hussain S. S. (2013) The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity – Valuation Database Manual

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