TEEB - For Local and Regional Policy
Report launched 9 September 2010
This report is planned to be a useful advisory tool for local and regional policymakers, administrators and managers. The information in this report will also be of interest to organisations such as NGOs, regulatory bodies, permitting agencies and the judicial system. It will explore and give practical guidance on how to deal with the challenge of biodiversity loss at a local and regional level. It will examine what local governments can do with respect to natural resource use and management, maintaining and supporting biodiversity, local and regional urban and spatial design, as well as market-based approaches, such as Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES).
To contact the TEEB for Administrators co-ordinators, please e-mail.
To read the Administrator's wireframe, and to contribute further examples or evidence to the TEEB study, download the document:
TEEB for Business Executive Summary / TEEB for Policy Makers Summary / TEEB Climate Issues Update / TEEB Interim Report: