Cost of implementing national biodiversity strategies and actions in Thailand: A Conceptual Approach

24 Jun 2016
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Summary

 

The expected output of the BIOFIN Workbook 2 which will focus on Biodiversity Finance Needs and Gap Assessment include an analysis of the costs for each set of strategies and actions within the NBSAP and a summary analysis and prioritization of all existing and future costs through 2020.

To refer back to the Inception Report, our entry point of analysis will start from the four ecosystems, namely terrestrial ecosystem which includes forest ecosystem, desert ecosystem and mountain ecosystem wetland ecosystem which will include inland waters such as lakes and rivers, swamps and peat forests coastal and marine ecosystem which includes three of the main coastal ecosystem such as mangroves, sea grass and coral reefs and urban biodiversity