Download our abstracts from the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Symposium
Discover how an ESPA project is helping the people of Bangladesh shape the future of their delta region in more sustainable ways.
We look forward to meeting you at COP23 in Bonn, 6-17 November
The Community Wildlife Management Areas were created for the benefit of people and wildlife but have been marred by conflict. How can rethinking the arrangements help everyone?
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New training on ecosystem services aims to cut poverty in Africa
People, patches and parasites: New paper explores the socio-ecology of disease in Africa Ian Scoones
Managing coastal and marine ecosystems to support the wellbeing of the poor
ESPA at the UN climate change conference, COP23
ESPA annual science conference 2017 - eight years of sustainability science for wellbeing29 / 30 November 2017
ESPA in East and Southern Africa
Public perceptions of papyrus: community appraisal of wetland ecosystem services at Lake Naivasha, Kenya
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
Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation
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