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An evaluation of Economic and Non-Economic Techniques for Assessing the Importance of Biodiversity to People in Developing Countries. - WC0709

Description
To provide a literature review of techniques assessing the importance of biodiversity and related ecosystem services in developing countries, focusing on those with a high proportion living on less than $2 a day. To critically evaluate these techniques to ensure information revealed is meaningful. To summarise the findings of the literature review to broaden understanding of the importance of biodiversity in developing countries. To illustrate this evidence base through case studies and examples.
Project Documents
• Final Report : An Evaluation of Economic and Non-economic Techniques for Assessing the Importance of Biodiversity to People in Developing Countries.   (1544k)
• ROAME Document : International Biodiversity Research Programme   (187k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 2007

To: 2008

Cost: £49,428
Contractor / Funded Organisations
University - Wales, Aberystwth
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