Economic Impact Assessment Workshop, March 18-21, 2013 (Trinidad)

This course will teach project managers and professionals working in the area of invasive species management, methods to develop, conduct, and present economic analyses of invasive species eradication or control.

The training will provide the methodology and tools for participants to conduct their own cost-benefit analyses in the field. It will include a mix of facilitated classroom learning sessions and hands-on practical experience.

Emphasis will be placed on how to estimate economic and environmental benefits of managing invasives at the project level. Participants will leave the course with the experience of completing an economic analysis on an invasive species of their choice.

Check out more details about the course: Call for Applications for EIA Workshop Flyer (PDF)

Applicants are asked to submit a brief overview of a proposed study project that provides information on the invasive species of interest, location of the study and proposed option of eradication/control.

Application form: Application Form – EIA Workshop (DOC)

Applications due: Friday, February 15 2013