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Co-developing a vision for sustainable development in the Llanos de Moxos, Bolivia

1978 Camaro Wiring Diagram Likewise 1968 Camaro Ignition Switch Wiring This 18-month project employs NatCap's well-tested participatory process to build support for a more sustainable development pathway by co-producing knowledge of ecosystem services and the benefits they bring to communities in collaboration with scientists, policy experts, and leaders in the Llanos de Moxos region in Beni, Bolivia. Collaborators: Center for Research in Biodiversity and the Environment at the Autonomous University of Beni, Wildlife Conservation Society, Bolivia, FaunAgua, Armonía, Department for Archaeology of the Americas at the University of Bonn.

Conserving Rivers though Strategic Trade-off Analyses, Nepal

Multiple Switch Wiring Fan With Each Conserving Nepal's Rivers through strategic trade-off analyses. Partners: WWF International, WWF Nepal, NatCap. Collaborator: Lawrence Berkeley Labs.

The Challenge

Wiring Harness 2006 Gmc Sierra Trying to quantify ecosystem values related to Nepal's rivers and especially in the Karnali River. This information is then used to find good trade-offs between Nepal's wish to develop more renewable hydropower and possible impacts of dams on rivers and people.

Optimizing Forest & Landscape Restoration, Colombia (Cartagena, Bucaramanga, Cucuta)

Wiring Diagrams Ford 2004 Ford F 150 Radio Wiring Diagram 1950 Ford Identified reforestation areas based on ecosystem services and their benefits to people. Co-developed and applied the Restoration Opportunities Optimization Tool (ROOT), an ecosystem service software tool, to identify restoration opportunities that provide the greatest benefits at the lowest cost. Published the analysis for these 6 cities as part of The Nature Conservancy's 2017 report titled Beyond the Source: The environmental

Investment Tool for Watersheds (RIOS)

Wiring Diagram Of 1951 Chevrolet Passenger Car Developed a new tool (RIOS) for targeting investments in watershed conservation and restoration (water funds) to improve services for the most people. Brought together stakeholders from across Latin America to create an accessible and applicable tool. Collaborators: The Latin American Water Funds Partnership (an initiative of TNC, the FEMSA Foundation, the Inter-American Development Bank and the Global Environment Facility).

Watershed Conservation & Wildfires, Truckee, CA, USA

Wiring Diagram As Well 1973 Plymouth Duster Wiring Diagram Moreover Integrating ecosystem services in a stakeholder-driven process to improve water quantity and quality in the Truckee River Watershed using RIOS and to incorporate the value of watershed conservation activities for reducing wildfire risk and its associated impacts on water. Partners: Stanford University, The Nature Conservancy.


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