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Newsletter, January 2014 - the Danube PES project newsletter is issued twice a year and covers policy work and work in model sites carried out as part of the project.
This new study conducted by environmental consultancy Denkstatt as part of the Danube PES project has calculated the carbon stored in the forests of Bulgaria’s Rusenski Lom Nature Park and assigned an economic value to the saved carbon emissions.
The booklet “Economic and institutional analysis of the feasibility of Payments for ecosystem services in Ukraine” was written by Ukrainian expert Oleg Rubel and represents the most in-depth study of the basis and the potential for introducing PES.