Our Early Bird discount has been extended to June 6th! See below for more details.
Our course is for professionals at the forefront of global sustainability issues, and participants come from government, NGOs/CSOs, academia, the private sector, and multilateral institutions. By taking this course, you will be connected with peers from around the world learning how applied economics and finance can help address today’s most urgent environmental challenges. Course graduates will join a network of more than 3,000 CSF alumni in 40 countries.
This year's course has a new extended format spread over 3 months to make it easier to participate while still managing other work and personal responsibilities.
(If you are interested in taking a Spanish version of this course later in the year , click here for more information.)
An essential foundation in basic economic concepts and language.
Insight into the institutional and market drivers of environmental problems.
Tools to evaluate the costs and benefits of natural resource management, including values of ecosystem services.
Skills to incorporate economic incentives in more effective strategies and policies for conservation, including sustainable finance solutions.
The ability to articulate environmental values in a language that communities, businesses, and governments can understand.
Isabel Felandro Llanos