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The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH – commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and nuclear Safety (BMUB), are jointly implementing the Resource Mobilisation for Biodiversity Conservation (ResMob) Project. The ResMob project endeavours to build capacities towards mobilising financial, human, technical and knowledge-based resources for biodiversity conservation. Read about the objectives of the Resource Mobilisation for Biodiversity Conservation (ResMob) project and find our latest reports and policy briefs and how to get in contact with us.
Spending on biodiversity is not a cost but an investment with a high return to sustainable development. The international Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) reports indicate that if human kind invests in nature, the return can be as high as 50:1, or more....read more
NUST Summer School 2018: The Importance of Environmental Services in the Context of the Biodiversity Economy
For the fourth year running NUST and the ResMob Project, an initiative by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism and the GIZ, joined forces to host a course on the assessment and valuation of ecosystem services in the context of the biodiversity economy. From the 2nd...read more
Ministerial economists & environmental experts equipped with insights and skills on environmental economic tools
About 25 economists and environmental experts from line ministries as well as members of the Environmental Economics Network of Namibia participated in a 3-Day specialist training on methods and examples of the Economics of Ecosystems & Biodiversity (TEEB) Namibia...read more