The second ESP Latin America conference took place at Campinas, Brasil, from 22-26 October 2018. The conference was organized under the theme: Global changes, ecosystem services and multilateral agreements in Latin America and the Caribbean. The conference attracted some attention from the local media and has been featured in the news. [Read more…] about ESP Latin America conference 2018 in the news
We are glad to announce the recent publication of the book ‘Sustainable Development Land Sector Development in Northern Australia: Indigenous rights, aspirations and cultural responsibilities’. The book is co-authored by Kamaljit K. Sangha, leader of our SWG 9 – Indigenous people & Local communities.
A new article has recently been published in the Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Assessment entitled “Urban ecosystem services delivered by green open spaces: an example from Nicosia City in North Cyprus”.
The purpose of the study is to evaluate the major urban ecosystem services delivered by a number of green open spaces (e.g. home garden, park, and square) and their contributions to the components of human wellbeing in four selected sites located in the city of Nicosia, Cyprus.
A post doc position is open at Osnabrück University, as part of the project LimnoScenES “Developing improved social-ecological scenarios for biodiversity and ecosystem service changes in north temperate freshwater ecosystems over the next half century”.
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This year’s Africa regional conference has the theme “Management of Ecosystem Services for Nature Conservation and Human Wellbeing in Africa” and will be held in Togo.
Interested in presenting your work in one of the thirty conference sessions? The call for abstract is now open.
The online abstract submission system is open from 16 October to 26 November 2018.