We develop strategies to meet conservation and development objectives, such as systems for payments for ecosystem service and design of environmental policy instruments. We undertake multidisciplinary assessments of the relative importance of coastal areas, estuaries and freshwater systems for conservation planning and management decision making, taking into account economic and social opportunities and constraints as well as ecological targets.
Mapping and determining the economic impact of bush encroachment, advising on policy, and scenario analysis of how to deal with the problem.
Developing strategies for improving conservation outcomes and securing ecosystem services in state, communal and private lands in Namibia.
As a means to enhance the relationship between urbanization, environmental assets and ecosystem services in African cities, Anchor conducted ecosystem services assessments and valuation and trade-offs (cost-benefit analysis) for various African cities. The study involved collation of available data and spatial information modelling using platforms such as InVEST, and valuation using a range of valuation methods and econometric analysis.
An evidence-based assessment of the investments and resources required to meet the Aichi biodiversity targets on the African continent.