Welcome To The Environmental Economics Network of Namibia
The EENN is a not-for-profit, member-governed, network dedicated to advancing understanding of the relationships among ecological, social, and economic systems for the mutual well-being of nature and people in Namibia. EENN brings together like-minded individuals working together to protect Namibia’s inimitable biodiversity by promoting and mainstreaming the use of environmental economics within Namibia.
To be a forum for exchange of ideas, experiences, discussions and policy advice
To facilitate meeting people and connect with interesting new partners
To promote young environmental economists and research in the area of environmental economics
To provide opportunities for mutual learning and advanced professional development
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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...
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...
To fully grasp the essential meaning of environmental economics, one occasionally has to grapple with undesirable realities such as pollution, a sore for the eye alongside Namibia’s roads, but also in Windhoek – many a times described as one of the cleanest cities in...
Relevant accurate data and statistics are vitally important to a Green Economy Accounting Framework (GEAF) for Namibia. The lack thereof may constrain the design, implementation and evaluation of green growth policies, and even be detrimental to a green economy. Mr...
10th EENN After-Work Talk: Incorporating natural capital would put businesses on the way of going green
Going green would certainly pay-off for Namibian businesses if they were to strategically introduce the impacts and dependencies on natural capital into their business models. Prof. Edeltraud Günther, Director of PRISMA, Centre for Sustainability and Policy at the...
Our guest speaker Dr Justine Braby presented on the importance of valuing and conserving our natural resources on which we depend on for our well-being. The presentation focused on the Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity country studies done internationally and...
The Environmental Economics Network of Namibia (EENN) has been established to contribute to the protection of Namibia's unique biodiversity by promoting and mainstreaming the use of environmental economics in the country. The EENN, whose current management committee...
The management committee members
Dr. Michael Humavindu
Membership Fees 2018
Standard membership fee: N$250 per year
Student membership fee (with valid proof of registration): N$125 per year.
Payment can be made by cash with the treasurer (during EENN events), online transfers or cash deposits to the following account number (attach proof of payment).
Account Name: Environmental Economics Network of Namibia
Account Number: 62265774127
Bank: First National Bank, Maerua Mall Branch
Branch Code: 282273
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