The paper outlines, with examples, how development co-operation can a) support mainstreaming biodiversity and ecosystem services into development; b) manage for results, particularly across trade-offs and synergies; c) incorporate monitoring and evaluating approaches into biodiversity-related development co-operation activities; and d) better align and harmonise providers’ activities with partner country priorities.
Drutschinin, J. Casado-Asensio, J. Corfee-Morlot and D. Roe. 2015. Biodiversity and Development Co-operation. OECD Development Co-operation Working Papers No. 21. Paris: OECD
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