We are pleased to announce the first edition of the new ESP Webinar Series – The editor’s guide on sucessfull academic publishing. This first webinar is aimed at young scholars and will discuss key publishing aspects from the editorial point of view, to help a successful publication process. It will take place on 19 January 2022, and will be lead by Luis Inostroza, senior researcher at the Institute of Geography, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany. [Read more…] about ESP Webinar Series – The editor’s guide on sucessfull academic publishing
ESP connects over 3000 ecosystem services scientists, policy makers and practitioners who work together in more than 40 Working Groups and a growing number of National Networks on all continents. ESP regularly organises World and Regional conferences and provides many Services to further enhance the application of ecosystem services for nature conservation, ecosystem restoration and sustainable management. Partner up with ESP and join in the global effort for the future of our Natural Capital!
The University of Granada, Spain seeks a post-doctoral research associate for a newly funded, LifeWatch ERIC Research project “Thematic Center on Mountain Ecosystem & Remote sensing, Deep learning-AI e-Services University of Granada-Sierra Nevada”.
Centered in the Mountain region of Andalucia (Southern Spain), this exciting and interdisciplinary project brings together conservation biologists, ecologists, local peoples, social scientists, land managers, and IT engineers to co-design incorporate all existing sources of information (including scientific outputs and technical data) on biodiversity and global change in Sierra Nevada, through a long-term physical and virtual European e-infrastructure for research and monitoring that allows to optimize adaptive conservation and ecosystems service supply of mountain ecosystems. [Read more…] about Post-doc vacancy at University of Granada
The Belgian Biodiversity Platform, together with the European Commission, is happy to invite you to the seventh edition of its Biodiversity X-Mas Market (formerly known as the BEES Market; previous editions here and here). After a year of cancellations and postponed events, let’s meet again face-to-face!
This edition of the X-Mas Market will have a particular focus on the upcoming changes in the EU landscape of Biodiversity policy, governance and funding. [Read more…] about 7th Biodiversity X-Mas Market
School of Science and Engineering: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Tulane University seeks a post-doctoral research associate for a newly funded, NSF-funded Convergence Research project. Centered in the Yoro region of Honduras, this exciting and interdisciplinary project brings together conservation biologists, ecologists, agronomists, farmers, indigenous peoples, economists, social scientists, land managers, and engineers to co-design, assess, and implement a system for sustainable coffee production. The post-doc will work with the team on the initial phase of this NSF project which focuses on sustainability at the coffee-farm scale. [Read more…] about Vacancy: Interdisciplinary Post-doctoral Research Associate for Convergence Research in Sustainable Coffee Production
On October 6, 2021, the Department of Landscape Design and Ecosystem Management (LDEM) at the American University of Beirut hosted online a group of 50 people from 19 institutions to introduce the Lebanon National Network that will be formed as part of the Ecosystem Services Partnership. The network will include academics, students, practitioners, and activists who explore and explain the benefits of nature to guide sustainable development in Lebanon. [Read more…] about A renewed commitment to nature in Lebanon – official launch of ESP Lebanon national network