Tom is an environmental specialist with wide experience in environmental projects management, whose main interest is promoting innovative approaches that seek to reconcile sound environmental management practices with improved community livelihoods. He has background in Forestry and holds two MSc., in Environmental Economics from the University of London, SOAS and Environmental Management from the University of Nottingham. He has worked in Uganda, Rwanda, Haiti, and Democratic Republic of Congo. His work aims to advance environmental policy dialogue in conservation financing.

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The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment defines ecosystem services as the benefits people obtain from ecosystems.1 They are the multiple commodities that are supplied by ecosystems and constitute the natural processes by which nature sustains human life.2 They not only provide direct satisfaction such as clean water to humans but also contribute …

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