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Why to work with us on ecosystem services?
The concept of ecosystem services is relatively new - especially in Central and Eastern Europe -, however we have already had a big chunk of involvement in participating in related processes including the international IPBES (Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services) and the EU's Mapping and Assessment of Ecosystems and Ecosystem Services (MAES) processes along with several EU (FP7, Horizon 2020, Interreg and LIFE projects) and EU expert groups. In our recent ecosystem evaluation projects, we have paid elevated emphasis on involving local stakeholders as well as experts in the evaluation process through participatory approach in order to get better results.
Due to our vast knowledge in UN, EU and national energy, environmental and financial policies, we are here to investigate and disclose the policy hooks and the financial opportunities as well as their recent development in relation to your international project. With a profound understanding of policies and financing as well as their recent trends, you can become an even more agile and highly adaptive player through discovering opportunities you may not have been aware of. We can compile regular briefings in recent and potential policy developments and international financing opportunities for you to follow changes, or we can compose synthesis studies on one or more policy and financing fields.
As certified facilitators and advisors running almost 100 international and national workshops, we can nurture processes from plans to successful completion. With our basic values of candour, respect of opinion and mindful listening, we can make all participants comfortable to share their points openly, which in return help their empowerment and responsibility to carry out the project till the finish.
About Ecosystem Services Evaluation
Assessing ecosystem services gives an overview on how much nature and the services it provides are essential to the operation of our economies and societies. There is, however no economic or monetary estimate of ecosystem services with absolute validity. Therefore any valuation exercise needs to be context-related as well as including non monetary, socio-economic estimation in order to contribute to sustainable economies and societies. For this very reason, we are striving to provide complex, multidisciplinary and participatory approach that analyses ecosystem services with stakeholders involvement from as many perspectives as possible.
How can we contribute?
We provide complex services starting from procurement through policy expertise and scientific assessments to result in integration, dissemination and process facilitation.