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Pacific Resource and Environmental Economics Network Newsletter: Issue 11, December 2014

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Welcome to the December 2014 edition of the PREEN Newsletter. This edition has been compiled by the new ODI Fellow of SPC’s  Geoscience and Division (GSD), James Jolliffe, who joined GSD in October 2014 after the departure of out-going PREEN coordinator, Anna Rios Wilks. Anna has now returned to the UK and we would like to thank her for all her support to the PREEN, as well as wish her every success in her new life.

This edition includes details of current projects in the field including the economics of coastal management and climate finance for Pacific forest management. You will find information on recently released reports, as well as recent training events in locations throughout the Pacific.

We welcome new articles as they emerge so please do share your new findings, projects and events with us to keep the network informed of developments in the Pacific.

Best wishes for a merry Christmas and a happy new year,
James Jolliffe
PREEN coordinator

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 March 2015 13:04  

Newsflash

Welcome to the June 2014 edition of the PREEN Newsletter. This edition includes details of current projects in the field including an economic valuation of the Vatu-i-Ra Seascape of Fiji, and results from the first pilot study in the Alternative Indicators for Melanesia Initiative.

You will find information on the recently released ADB report on the economic costs of the water and sanitation situation in Tarawa, Kiribati, as well as recent training events on economics for sustainable resource use and conservation.

We welcome new articles as they emerge so please do share your new findings, projects and events with us to keep the network informed of developments in the Pacific.

Best wishes,
Anna Rios Wilks
PREEN coordinator


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