The ESP Thematic Working Group 3 on Ecosystem Services Indicators has published a collaborative paper: Key criteria for developing ecosystem service indicators to inform decision making. The paper is based on presentations and discussions held during the group’s session at the 2016 ESP EU conference, entitled ‘Ecosystem service indicators: what you measure is what you get?’. [Read more…] about ESP TWG3 published a new paper on ES indicator selection criteria
BiodivERsA is pleased to announce the launch of its next call on the theme “Biodiversity and its influence on animal, human and plant health”. [Read more…] about Pre-announcement of the BiodivERsA Call on Biodiversity & Health
This seminar will be a timely opportunity to discuss policy priorities for natural capital, and the role that business, local authorities and the wider range of stakeholders can play in delivering greater protection for the environment.
Timing: Morning, Tuesday, 12th March 2019
Venue: Central London [Read more…] about Seminar: Policy priorities for protecting natural capital in England: value, governance and progress on the 25 Year Environment Plan
A new publication entitled “Evaluating resilience for the management of social-ecological production landscapes and seascapes in Lefke Region of North Cyprus through adaptive comanagement” by Prof. Dr. Gulay Cetinkaya Ciftcioglu was recently published in Sustainability Science. [Read more…] about New paper on social-ecological production landscapes and seascapes
The Case of the West and Central Pacific Ocean Tuna Fisheries
Ecosystem service maps are instrumental for the assessment and communication of the costs and benefits of human-nature interactions. This article in the journal Ecosystem Services proposes an integrated way of assessing and mapping global flows of marine ecosystem services. [Read more…] about Mapping the Global Distribution of Locally Generated Marine Ecosystem Services