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Identifying, Mapping and Valuing Socioeconomically Significant Biodiversity at the Municipal Level: A Pilot Study in Oudtshoorn, South Africa
Grantee Name: 
Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa: Eastern Province Region
HOTSPOT
Succulent Karoo
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$22,318
DATES
Aug 2005
-
Oct 2006
Stats
Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Succulent Karoo
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$22,318
DATES
Aug 2005
-
Oct 2006

Identify and map natural capital features in the Oudtshoorn Municipality and determine their economic value. Share maps and other products, and lessons learned, with stakeholders, government officials, and Gouritz Initiative staff to ensure that natural capital is integrated into future Integrated Development Plans and Spatial Development Frameworks.

Strategic Direction: 4 Mainstream conservation priorities into land-use planning and policy-making