New paper from the p4ges project finds that social safeguards don't always benefit the poorest.
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ESPA is a global research programme delivering evidence and tools which will tackle poverty by creating a more sustainable link between land and livelihoods in the world’s poorest countries…
Ecosystem services describe the many benefits that people get from ecosystems
By improving our understanding of the relationship between people and their environment we can manage ecosystems sustainably, improve wellbeing and find new pathways out of poverty...
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ESPA-2016 Synthesis Scoping
The Paris Climate Agreement: how ESPA research is making a contribution
ESPA researchers contribute to new ecosystems service handbook
ESPA 2015 Annual Science Conference
ESPA Summer School 201616 April 2016
Building Research Impact & Partnerships in Africa (2016)16 March 2016
ESPA in East and Southern Africa
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ESPA is a research programme delivering evidence and tools which will create a more sustainable link between land and livelihoods in the world’s poorest countries
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