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Training in Cost-Benefit Analysis for Managing Invasive Alien Species
Grantee Name: 
LANDCARE RESEARCH NEW ZEALAND LTD
HOTSPOT
East Melanesian Islands
AMOUNT
US$19,988
DATES
Jul 2015
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Jun 2016
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CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
East Melanesian Islands
AMOUNT
US$19,988
DATES
Jul 2015
-
Jun 2016

Provide the fundamental skills necessary to undertake a cost-benefit analysis for managing invasive alien species in the East Melanesian Islands biodiversity hotspot. Conservation professionals within the hotspot will learn and practice the tools necessary during a three-day training course for successfully safeguarding priority globally threatened species by addressing major threats and information gaps, and successfully integrating biodiversity conservation into local land-use and development planning.

Strategic Direction: 4 Increase local, national and regional capacity to conserve biodiversity through catalyzing civil society partnerships