The project’s main objective was to clarify the potential of market-based instruments (MBIs) to better integrate biodiversity and ecosystem services into public policies, based on appropriate institutional arrangements. It developed:
INVALUABLE results allowed researchers, decision-makers as well as practitioners to better grasp and clarify the MBI concept and its potential advantages and limits for biodiversity and ecosystem services conservation. This knowledge holds the potential to contribute to better design and implement fair and efficient conservation policies at the international, national and local levels.
November 2011 - December 2014