Workshop on cultural ecosystem services – conflicts and limits at the International Mountain Conference, Innsbruck, 08–12 September 2019 [Read more…] about Call for applications: Workshop on cultural ecosystem services – conflicts and limits
Dear ESP Members,
I’m writing to all of you, since ESP members are supposed to work with projects on ecosystem services. I would like to let you know that we established a company that on one hand provides complex services on how to develop and implement ecosystem service related projects. On the other hand, it carries out social-economic impact assessments of nature conservation projects. [Read more…] about CEE project partners
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.
On Tuesday session B1b: Operationalizing ES in support of ecosystem-based marine spatial planning took place at the ESP European Conference in San Sebastian. As a result, the session organisers decided to submit a Special Issue in Ocean and Coastal Management Journal.
If you are interested in the topic of connecting ecosystem services and marine spatial planning, you are more than welcome to send your papers to Daniel Depellegrin at [email protected].
The journal Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050, IF 2.075) is currently running a Special Issue entitled “Application of the Ecosystem Service Concept in Social–Ecological Systems—from Theory to Practice”. Prof. Dr. Georg Leitinger, Dr. Uta Schirpke and Dr. Johannes Rüdisser (University of Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria), are serving as Guest Editors for this issue. We sincerely invite you to make an excellent contribution, based on your expertise. [Read more…] about Call for papers: Application of the Ecosystem Service Concept in Social-Ecological Systems – from Theory to Practice