TEEB for Agriculture & Food Concept Note

Title: The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) for Agriculture & Food – Concept Note

Publication Date: February 2014

Prepared by: Dr. Salman Hussain and Dustin Miller

Summary: The Concept Note presents the case for and proposed outline content of a TEEB for Agriculture & Food study. The study would review the inter-dependencies between agriculture and food systems and natural ecosystems in order to assess the social, environmental, economic and health-related benefits and costs of these systems, so that governments and businesses can use the information and recommendations to improve decision-making.

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TEEB for Agriculture & Food Concept Note

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