Ecological Connectivity and Nature Based Solutions in the Carpathian Region - report by students from the Geneva Graduate Institute

Ecological connectivity and nature based solutions in the carpathian region students research report on the potential socio-economic and environmental impacts of implementing nature based solutions to enhance ecological connectivity in the carpathian region.

The report is pospoing specific policy recommendations on:

  • increasing knowledge production and quantification of the socio-economic benefits of nature-based solutions through ecosystem service assessments and more.
  • Introduction of transboundary agreements in terms of knowledge sharing, legislation, and funding in the carpathian convention, etc.
  • Creation of financial tools to fund these solutions: establishment of markets with offset mechanisms.

Report has been prepared by the geneva graduate institute of international and development studies in cooperation with the united nations environment program and the carpathian convention.

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