The High Conservation Value and the High Carbon Stock approaches: tools for implementing biodiversity conservation in the production landscape

An introduction to two of the most widely used conservation planning and management tools in the agricultural and forestry production sectors; the High Conservation Value (HCV) and High Carbon Stock (HCS) approach.

An introduction to two of the most widely used conservation planning and management tools in the agricultural and forestry production sectors. This course introduces High Conservation Value (HCV) and High Carbon Stock (HCS) definitions and the approach process; provides an overview of the steps in HCV and HCS assessment methodologies; and how to manage and monitor HCV and HCS areas, drawing on real world examples.

 

Date: 20 July from 8:30 - 17:30  

Venue: University of Nottingham Malaysia (1 hour outside Kuala Lumpur)

Instructor: Surin Suksuwan, Proforest

Fees: USD 66 (Course fee, beverage break, accommodations for the evenings of Friday, 19 July (wi-fi, linens, air con and toiletries in dorm room) 

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The High Conservation Value and the High Carbon Stock approaches: tools for implementing biodiversity conservation in the production landscape

20 July 2019

University of Nottingham, Malaysia

English

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