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26 Mar 2018 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

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26 Mar 2018 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

Next Running

This is a bespoke course, available on request. Click here to contact us and request this course.

The following course content can be altered to suit your organisation's needs.

Course Summary

26 Mar 2018 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

Course Summary

Sustainable management of natural capital underpins human development and well-being. Ecosystem services provide a conceptual framing to help identify and manage synergies and trade-offs in the natural capital, natural resource management, food security and biodiversity conservation domains.

This course is designed for practitioners working in government institutions, NGOs, international agencies and private sector with an interest in identifying, appraising and managing the synergies and trade-offs among multiple users and uses of nature.

02 May 2017 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

Bespoke course run on request for your organisation: please enquire.

This new short course provides managerial level professionals with state-of-the-art knowledge, skills and tools needed to design, implement and monitor more equitable and just forest governance schemes.

Target Audience

24 Jan 2017 description
training Ongoing course University of East Anglia

The increasing use of cash transfers and market-based strategies in response to food insecurity requires high market analysis skills to optimise the effectiveness and efficiency of food assistance interventions.

Interventions to contrast conditions of food insecurity make increasingly use of cash distributions and, more in general, of market-based strategies, in addition to the traditional strategies based on commodity handout.