Biodiversity Markets

May 2, 2010
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As more and more governments and businesses consider market-like instruments as tools for biodiversity footprint management, it is increasingly important to understand what is happening, where, and how those tools work. It is also critical to provide reliable information free to the public to enable all market participants to make more informed decisions, learn from the experiences of others, and ultimately allow stable, equitable and effective conservation markets to develop.

This panel will discuss how to get beyond public finance for biodiversity conservation and how markets can be used to achieve more and better cost effective conservation outcomes from infrastructure development.

Panel

  • State of Biodiversity Offsets and Biodiversity Market Instruments
    Kerry ten Kate, Director, Business and Biodiversity Offsets Program (BBOP), Forest Trends
  • REDD+ And Biodiversity Conservation
    Terry Sunderland, Forests and Livelihoods Programme, CIFOR
  • Basics of Biodiversity Offsets and Conservation Banking: Lessons from the State of Victoria and Ideas for the South-East Asia Region
    Michael Crowe, Government of Victoria, Australia

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