Here is an overview of organisations that publish newsletters related to Ecosystem Services:
Title: BiodivERsA Newsletter
Organisation: BiodivERsA Network
Description: BiodivERsA is a network of 31 research-funding agencies across 18 European countries. It is an ERA-NEt Co-fund, funded under the EU’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. BiodivERsA works to coordinate national research programmes on biodiversity across Europe and to organize international funding for research projects in this field, on a competitive basis. Subscribe to the Newsletter via the subscription field at the right side of the homepage.
Title: ESMERALDA Newsletter
Organisation: EU Horizon 2020 project ESMERALDA
Description: The collaborative EU Horizon 2020 funded project “ESMERALDA – Enhancing ecosystem services mapping for policy and decision making” looks into the needs of policy- and decision-makers in EU member states for flexible methodologies, tools and data for sustainable management of ecosystems and their services. Subscribe to the Newsletter via the subscription field at the left side of the homepage.
Description: UNEP Global Environmental Alert Service (GEAS) is a mechanism for identifying, selecting and communicating early warning information on emerging issues to decision makers on a regular basis across UNEP’s focus areas. The Global Environmental Alert Service continuously scans the scientific literature, analyses results of earth observations and other data sources to produce widely distributed alerts, focussing on policy relevant environmental hotspots, environmental science, and near real-time environmental hazards in an easily understandable format.
Title: IEEP Newsletter
Description: The Institute for European Environmental Policy (IEEP) is an independent research organisation concerned with policies affecting the environment in Europe and beyond.
Title: Marketplace eNewsletter
Organisation: Ecosystem Marketplace
Description: The Ecosystem Marketplace, a project of Forest Trends, is a leading source of news, data, and analytics on markets and payments for ecosystem services (such as water quality, carbon sequestration, and biodiversity).
Title: SGA Network News
Organisation: The Sub-Global Assessment
Description: The Sub-Global Assessment (SGA) Network seeks to create a common platform for practitioners (individuals and organizations) involved in ecosystem assessment at regional, sub-regional, national and sub-national levels. The intention is to promote and facilitate improved capacity in undertaking and using assessments. Achievements of the SGA Network will support relevant global processes such as the Intergovernmental Science-policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) and the Multilateral Environmental Agreements.
Description: The TEEBrief is a regular e-newsletter of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity office bringing highlighting news and information from the world of ecosystems, biodiversity and economics.
Title: TIAS Quarterly
Description: The Integrated Assessment Society promotes the community of inter-disciplinary and disciplinary scientitsts, analysts and practitioners who develop integrated assessments.
Organisations that publish news items related to Ecosystem Services and sustainable development:
Title: Environmental Finance Magazine
Organisation: Environmental Finance
Description: Environmental Finance is a monthly magazine covering the ever-increasing impact of environmental issues on the lending, insurance, investment and trading decisions affecting industry. It is the only global publication dedicated to this fast-changing area.
Title: Footprint Network News
Organisation: Global Footprint Network
Description: The Global Footprint Network aims to support a sustainable economy by advancing the Ecological Footprint, a measurement and management tool that makes the reality of planetary limits relevant to decision-makers throughout the world.
Title: PEDDR Newsletter
Description: Weekly news on ecosystems-based risk reduction and climate change adaptation of the Partnership for Environment and Disaster Risk Reduction (PEDRR).