Submission
ID 13695
Government United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Submitted for Eighth Ordinary Meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (COP 8)
 
Main Information
Title An Economic Assessment of the Costs and Benefits of Natura 2000 Sites in Scotland
Description This study was commissioned by the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs 
Department (SEERAD) in November 2002 to conduct a detailed assessment of the economic costs and benefits of the Scottish N2K sites. Equipped with such knowledge, it is hoped that attempts can then be made to improve the cost-effectiveness of managing these sites, in particular by enhancing the benefits that may accrue and minimizing the costs.
Web Link /doc/case-studies/inc/cs-inc-uk4-en.pdf
 
Additional Information
Authors Jacobs in association with NFO WorldGroup (market research company), Prof. Hervey Gibson, Prof. Nick Hanley, Prof Robert Wright, Dr. Nonie Coulthard, Dr David Oglethorpe
Countries United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Ecosystems Agricultural Biodiversity
Forest Biodiversity
Inland Waters Biodiversity
Regions Western Europe and Others
Incentive Measures Economic Valuation
Keywords Parks and reserves
 
 
  • United Nations
  • United Nations Environment Programme