Prospects for Mainstreaming Ecosystem Goods and Services in International Policies

By László Pintér, Henry David Venema, Richard Grosshans, M.T.J Kok, S.R. Tyler, A.G. Prins, H. Baumuller, J. Bernstein, E. Tsioumani, Henry David Venema on August 24, 2010

This study shows how local delivery of ecosystem goods and services (EGS) is closely linked to international policies on development cooperation, trade, climate change and reform of international financial institutions. Integrating or mainstreaming EGS considerations into these policies provides significant opportunities to contribute to reducing poverty while simultaneously improving the quality of local EGS.

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PBL, IISD, 2010