Infrastructure and Conservation: The case of a Pucallpa-Cruzeiro do Sul Transport Link

Esta investigación se hizo en el marco del Consorcio Paisajes Indígenas de ICAA, liderado por The Nature Conservancy - TNC. El consorcio implementa, a escala de paisaje, esfuerzos regionales de conservación, proponiendo soluciones integrales a las amenazas que ponen en riesgo el bioma amazónico. ICAA es un programa regional de la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional (USAID)

Himalayan infrastructure from a conservation economics perspective

CSF recently completed our second course in the Himalayan region, Analysis of Infrastructure from a Conservation Economics Perspective Course. The course, held at the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE), was CSF's first to focus primarily on infrastructure development in the region from a conservation economics perspective. UWICE's beautiful campus located in the culture and biodiversity-rich Bumthang served as a great location for the 22 Himalayan-based participants to learn about economic tools for conservation and infrastructure planning.

Moving towards Greener Infrastructure: Innovative Legal Solutions to Common Challenges

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Moving towards greener infrastructure: Innovative legal solutions to common challenges

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Financial incentives for green infrastructure

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Analysis of Infrastructure from a Conservation Economics Perspective - Bhutan 2014

Twenty-two participants representing 3 countries and 15 organizations attended CSF's Analysis of Infrastructure from a Conservation Economics Perspective course in Bumthang, Bhutan. During the five-day course, participants gained an understanding of our core curriculum which includes Microeconomics, Natural Resource Economics, Environmental Valuation, and Cost-Benefit Analysis. Additional topics tailored for the region and sector of focus included Environmental Management and Policy, Infrastructure Best-Practice, and relevant case studies. Instructors were drawn from CSF, University of Brasilia, and Cambridge Resources International. Many thanks to our partners at UWICE for working with us to put on an excellent training!



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