9781849712514 The economics of ecosystems and biodiversity in business and enterprise.
What does TEEB stand for?
TEEB stands for The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity
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We have 2 other meanings of TEEB in our Acronym Attic
- Technicien Electricien Electronicien Automobile (French automotive repair program)
- Technologically and Environmentally Equipped Areas (Europe)
- Tennessee Environmental Education Association
- Texas Environmental Excellence Awards (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality)
- Texas Extension Education Association
- Tourism, Environmental and Economic Affairs (South African Department)
- Texas Environmental Education Advisory Committee
- The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library (Cornell University)
- Thailand Energy and Environmental Assessment Method
- The Electrical and Electronics Association of Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
- Technical Excellence Executive Committee (US Department of Energy)
- The EMEA Enterprise Company (UK)
- Tinaroo Environmental Education Centre (Tinaroo, Queensland, Australia)
- Trans Electronic Equipment Consult GmbH (Oberursel, Germany)
- Transesophageal Echocardiography
- Tsinghua Executive Entrepreneur Club (China)
- Training Exercise Evaluation and Corrective Action
- Tactical Exercise Evaluation Control Group (USMC)
- Teacher Enhancement Electronic Community Hall (National Science Foundation; Virginia)
- Telecoms Eastern European Challenge
Samples in periodicals archive:
NNA: 20/2/2012 - ESCWA will hold a workshop on capacity-building workshop on mainstreaming the economics of ecosystems and biodiversity (TEEB) into national planning and decision-making in the MENA region on February 21.
The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB) Report for Business, released in 2010, did for natural capital what the Stern review did for climate change.
This is among the central findings of a new climate issues update by The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB), a project launched by Germany and the European Commission in response to a proposal by the G8+5 Environment Ministers (Potsdam, Germany 2007) to develop a global study on the economics of biodiversity loss.