Towards a Global Learning Network on Ecosystem Services Assessment, Valuation and Management
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Towards a Global Learning Network on Ecosystem Services Assessment, Valuation and Management 9 September 2012, WCC, Jeju. Constraints on biocapacity. Loss of Natural Capital in Asia and the Pacific.

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Towards a global learning network on ecosystem services assessment valuation and management

Towards a Global Learning Network on Ecosystem Services Assessment, Valuation and Management

9 September 2012, WCC, Jeju


Constraints on biocapacity

Constraints on biocapacity


Loss of natural capital in asia and the pacific

Loss of Natural Capital in Asia and the Pacific

Between 1970 and 2008, populations of mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians in Asia and the Pacific have declined by 64% - about twice the global average


Towards a global learning network on ecosystem services assessment valuation and management

Priority Large-scale Eco-regions in Asia and the Pacific


Growing recognition of ecosystem services by decision makers

Growing recognition of ecosystem services by decision-makers

  • “We acknowledge the vast marine , coastal and small island ecosystems, which provide invaluable livelihood and food security benefits of our People”

    Coral Triangle Initiative Leaders Declaration (2009)

  • “We recognize that conserving our ecosystems and associated biodiversity is the foundation upon which economic prosperity in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) has been built” Statement of the 3rd GMS Environment Ministers Meeting (2011)


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