Economics

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Project title:  Restoration and management of a degraded fern land adjacent to Kanneliya Forest Reserve Location: Sri Lanka Duration: 2018-2022 Project background:  Sri Lanka is endowed with a...
CEESP generates and disseminates knowledge, mobilizes influence, and promotes actions to harmonize the  conservation of nature with the critical ...
CEESP is a unique network of approximately 1,500 volunteers representing disciplines from biology and anthropology, economics and law, to culture and indigenous peoples - among many others. Our work...
From April 24 to April 27 IUCN Lao PDR facilitated a workshop in Beung Kiat Ngong (BKN) wetlands in Pathoumphone District, Champasak Province. The...
Opening remarks were by Mr. Lonkham, the head of the Department of Environmental Quality Promotion in Lao PDR. He said he was “happy to host the first R-METT workshop in Laos” and that “the R-METT is...
Join us on 5 June for an afternoon of incisive discussion on Investing in Nature, exploring new policy developments with senior panel speakers.
Photo: IUCN Photo: EIB Photo: CPIC   The discussion will focus on two topics: “...
The Specialist Group on Local Economies, Communities and Nature focuses on how economic approaches can be used to explore the relationship between...
    Specialist Group ChairNick Conner - Bio The initial focus of Specialist Group would be rural communities, including indigenous communities, and small island states and...
CEESP Chair CEESP Deputy Chair Photo: Photo: IUCN Kristen Walker PainemillaBio
Why engage the private sector in a special Thematic Group? Because, nature is everybody’s business.
In line   with  IUCN’s   work   plan 2017-2020 and especially the IUCN Business   and Biodiversity   program,   the   IUCN   CEM   Thematic   Group   ‘Business   and   Ecosystem Management’ (TG  B...
When businesses value environmental costs more consistently, better management decisions are made for the environment, society and the companies...
Biodiversity and ecosystem services are often considered public goods, i.e. the costs of destroying or damaging ecosystems are passed on from the user to society. NGOs have therefore been pushing...
An IUCN knowledge basket on the interrelationships between people and nature.
The People in Nature (PiN) Knowledge Basket (formerly Human Dependence on Nature, or HDN) provides a process of systematic data collection, analysis and documentation for landscape level assessment...
IUCN sees China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as not only one of the most important developments for Asia, but for the rest of the world. In the...
This was the focus of the statement delivered by IUCN Asia Regional Director Aban Marker Kabraji, during the session “Clear Waters and Green Mountains – the Environment” at the China-Pakistan...

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