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WG3’s primary objective is to consider the cost-effectiveness of woodland creation measures to improve water quality and providing other benefits. Wrk will focus on
STSMs will develop best practice in estimating the cost and social effectiveness of W-for-W PES, and identify topics for further study. A training school will be held.
Leader: Alex Chikalanov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice Leader: Paola Ovando Pol (email@example.com)
Italy, March 2018
Presentation given by Cristian Accastello and Serge Garcia –
Approaches to quantify the cost-effectiveness of Forest for Water PES schemes, Preliminary results.
Presentation given by Julien Fiquepron
Cost-effectiveness of tree plantations for intake protection: a case study from Brittany, Preliminary results.
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