The aim of the forum is to discuss ecosystem services approaches to manage natural capital in Northeast Asia. Furthermore, an attempt will be made to initiate potential collaboration projects with international partners for transboundary ecosystem conservation and sustainable use. Read more
The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) has a vacant 3 year PhD–position within Environmental Sciences and connected to BIOWATER, a new Nordic Centre of Excellence.
The course examines how natural resources and biodiversity are increasingly being referred to as natural capital. It looks at the evolution of natural capital and ecosystem service (ESS) thinking, categories of ESS, case study examples, the advantages of an ESS approach, and critiques of using a utilitarian approach to nature.
Scholarships are available!
The RSA has allocated financial resources to support its members and offers a range of funding opportunities to suit different career stages. These opportunities provide members with the chance to apply for financial help to support their research, run networking events, receive awards for excellence and help towards the costs of travel to attend non-RSA events and present their work to international audiences. Read more