Conservation Strategy Fund is offering its 12th annual international training course, Economic Tools for Conservation, at Stanford University from August 10-22, 2010. Over the last decade this course has become recognized as the premier applied economics training event for conservation professionals from the developing world. During the comprehensive two-week session, participants will learn to use economics to be more strategic and successful in their conservation work. Participants study natural resource and environmental economics, practice communication and negotiation techniques, and get hands-on experience with cost-benefit analysis. This course is presented in partnership with the Center for Conservation Biology at Stanford University.
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To watch a video of last year's students speaking about their experience in the course, please click here.
This year CSF is offering unique opportunities to sponsor the course. If you, your company or organization is interested in being a part of this exciting two-week course, please contact CSF Development Director Doron Amiran