FOREST EUROPE Workshop on Valuation of Forest Ecosystem Services

Belgrade, Serbia, 24-25 September 2014 - A workshop on Valuation of Forest Ecosystem Services took place in Belgrade, Serbia, on 24-25 September 2014: Session 1: Presentations of the work developed by the Expert Group of Valuation of Forest Ecosystem Services...   Session 2: Sharing of experiences and examples of VFES within the Pan-European Scope and Regional level...  Session 3: Sharing of experiences and examples of VFES at National level...


For more Information, please consult Forest Europe workshop Documentation



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Session 1: Presentations of the work developed by the Expert Group of Valuation of Forest Ecosystem Services


Session 2: Sharing of experiences and examples of VFES within the Pan-European Scope and Regional level 


Session 3: Sharing of experiences and examples of VFES at National level


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This activity is part of the FOREST EUROPE Work Programme.





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