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Economics for Environmental Leadership

Conservation Strategy Fund gives conservation professionals economic knowledge and skills that are key for success in protecting the environment. Our unique Economics for Environmental Leadership capacity building program focuses on conservation economics, drawing on the fields of environmental economics, natural resource economics, agricultural economics, development economics and behavioral economics to advance conservation goals in practical, strategic ways. This approach is crucial at a time when global-scale environmental changes are being driven by a diversity of economic factors, and when conservation leaders are striving to harness opportunities to reward the preservation of ecosystem services.

Fisheries Economics, Policy and Conservation Training of Trainers - Indonesia 2018

Are you an economist or a fisheries expert in Indonesia? Do you have what it takes to teach economics and/or fisheries in a way that is enjoyable and easy to digest for everyone? Are you interested in expanding your research interests to include institutions, policy, and governance? If so, we have a training opportunity for you. Apply now!

ABOUT THE COURSE

Policy Makers Workshop: Economic Tools for Marine Conservation and Sustainable Fisheries

 

On March 25th - 29th 2018, we held a five-day workshop on the use of economic tools and knowledge to support Indonesian Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) in formulating policies to conserve and sustainably manage marine resources. Twenty-seven participants from different technical roles across various departments at MMAF were present.

 

Regional Symposium: The Value of Nature

The Regional Symposium: "The Value of Nature", took place in Quito, Ecuador, from the 27th of November to December 1, 2017. The event was held at the Hotel Quito, and included a combination of plenary sessions, training, and interactive sessions on the topic of quantification and valuation of ecosystem services for sustainable development.  Attendees were able to choose from a combination of sessions led by experts from the Natural Capital Project (NatCap) and Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF). For attendees working in coastal and marine contexts, the central themes included the assessment of the risks to habitat and marine protected areas.

MAR Leadership Program - Conservation Finance, Sustainable Business Planning, Economic Impact Analysis, Fisheries Management & Policy

This week-long course included two days with CSF. Our staff led half day trainings on Conservation Finance, Sustainable Business Planning, Economic Impact Analysis, and Fisheries Management & Policy.

MAR Leadership Program - Cost Benefit Analysis

The 3rd course with the MAR-L Fellows took place in Guatemala from May 15-19, 2017. Our staff spend two days going in-depth into integrated environmental-economic Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA), including a case study and presentations.

Marine Fellowship Program

APPLIED ECONOMIC RESEARCH on FISHERIES MANAGEMENT & MARINE CONSERVATION

Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) and the Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Bogor Agricultural University (FPIK-IPB) invite researchers, analysts, and practitioners to submit proposals for economic research projects related to fisheries management and marine conservation. This program is made possible with support from Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies and The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

MAR Leadership Program - Valuation

MAR Leadership Program - Economic Fundamentals

The MAR Leadership program (MAR-L) staff and 2016 fellows cohort gathered in Cancún, Mexico in September to meet each other and learn about the importance of economic fundamentals for natural resource conservation. Instructors came from the Center for the Blue Economy (CBE), Conservation Strategy Fund (CSF) and the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). 

2016 Mesoamerican Reef Leadership Fellows Mexico2016 MAR-L fellows.

Economic tools training for mangrove ecosystems in Brazil

The five-day Economic Tools for Conservation of Mangroves in Protected Areas course was held at the Center for Research and Conservation of Northeast Marine Biodiversity (CEPENE), located in the city of Tamandaré, in Pernambuco state, in northeastern Brazil.

It was attended by twenty-five members of the Chico Mendes Institute for Conservation of Biodiversity (ICMBio), responsible for managing protected areas with mangroves from ten states in Brazil.