This new, one-day course is designed to provide a practical introduction to the concepts, approaches and methods used in economics to address challenges in water and environmental management. It has been jointly developed with eftec, the UK’s leading dedicated environmental economics consultancy and coordinator of the UK Network of Environmental Economists, and Environmental Policy Consulting, which specialises in the application of environmental economics to water management.
The course is aimed at those who work or have an interest in a range of disciplines. It will encompass application to real world challenges, including climate change, biodiversity, resource management and natural capital. It will be of interest whatever your background and whether you work in a public or private company, consultancy or the third sector.
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Part 1 course (9th March) modules include:
Valuation in Water Sector
National Capital Accounting
Part 2 course (dates TBC) modules include:
Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
Green Infrastructure in Urban Areas
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
This course has two parts, both parts are face - to - face workshops, separately taking place in London.
Booking for each workshop is separate.
Part 1: £350 + VAT £420. Business Partner rates available. Group booking discounts available.
Please note that bookings should be made through 'My CIWEM' using the booking link above. Your place is confirmed once you have clicked ‘proceed & submit’ in the cart and received a confirmation email. Non-members can book via CIWEM by creating an account on the booking page.
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