Hear Aaron Bruner (Conservation Strategy Fund), Jenny Kane (USAID Office of Forestry and Biodiversity), and Paul Oliver (USAID Office of Economic Policy) present on a new USAID report in the February National Ecosystem Services Partnership webinar. [Read more…] about Webinar: Integrating Ecosystem Values into Cost-Benefit Analysis at USAID
The last months have been full of exciting news in the Baltic States and 2019 is looking even more promising.
The countrywide mapping and assessment of the ecosystems and their services in Estonia got kickstarted in early January through the ELME project. Coordinated by the Environment Agency of Estonia, ELME aims at mapping and assessing priority ecosystems and ecosystem services with a strong emphasis on novel methods for monitoring biodiversity, methodologies for enhancing the performance of the Green Network of Estonia and the prognosis of Climate Change impacts on biodiversity. [Read more…] about The Baltic States moving forward!
The 10th world conference of the Ecosystem Services Partnership will take place in Hannover, Germany from 21-25 October, 2019.
Would you like to participate in the conference as a session host? We hereby invite you to submit a session proposal related to your field of expertise and ecosystem services. The call for sessions is open from now until 10 February 2019.
The Regenerative Agriculture Research Program offers 3 positions to students who are committed to make a change in the way we approach agriculture through their thesis work or internship, while at the same time develop their professional and academic skills.[Read more…] about Apply now for the Regenerative Agriculture Research Program