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October 25, 2011


Nick Higgs

I was at the recent World Conference on Marine Biodiversity where the Bahamas was mentioned in front of over 1000 of the worlds top scientists for their excellent marine reserves. The country has a wealth beyond dollars.

Dick Beales

For anyone interested in learning more about the practical techniques of environmental valuation as applied to small islands, I can recommend the publication: 'Valuing the Environment in Small Islands - An Environmental Economics Toolkit' by van Beukering, Brander, Tompkins and McKenzie. May 2007. It is published by the UK Joint Nature Conservation Committee and can be downloaded free from www.jncc.gov.uk/page-4065.

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