The SGA Network Secretariat recently hosted two conference sessions at the 7th Ecosystem Services Partnership conference in San Jose, Costa Rica.
On the 6th and 7th September, the SGA Network Secretariat, in collaboration with Jenny Merriman and Isadora Angarita-Martinez of BirdLife International, delivered a very successful two-day pre-conference training session introducing the Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-based Assessment (TESSA).
On Wednesday 10th September the SGA Network Secretariat led a two-hour session focussing on bringing local assessments and experiences to bear on decision making and human well-being at larger scales. This session featured a range of guest presenters from the Network and featured much engaged discussion around the topic.
For the fourth webinar in this SGA Network series, the SGA Network Secretariat partnered with Dr Mark Mulligan of King's College, London, and UNEP-WCMC senior fellow (the developer of WaterWorld and Co$ting Nature), to present short introductions into the background of the Co$ting Nature and WaterWorld tools.
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