This TEEB for Water and Wetlands Brief introduces the new initiative, presents initial ideas on the benefits and questions to be explored over the coming months. Obtaining new and complementary insights from the practical experience of stakeholders (ecosystem managers, communities, municipalities, decision makers from the public and private sector at local, national and international scale etc.) from around the world will be an important element in the development of this work Readers are invited to respond to the questions listed below and to submit further information and case studies.
Paper citation: Ten Brink P., Badura T., Farmer A., and Russi D. (2012) The Economics of Ecosystem and Biodiversity for Water and Wetlands. A Briefing Note.
The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity for Water and Wetlands: A contribution to Rio +20download