Stephen Sankeni's research was central to the ESPA project Poverty and ecosystem service impacts of Tanzania's Wildlife Management Areas (PIMA); now his efforts have paid off with a Commonwealth Scholarship to study public policy at York University.
ESPA is inviting proposals from film-makers to work with us on three documentary films about the links between ecosystem services and wellbeing.
Read the latest ESPA policy brief on how local people's wellbeing is affected by the production of jatropha and sugarcane for biofuel.
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ESPA releases Annual Report 2017
Webinar: Global Challenges Research Fund - Guidance for developing country applicants
ESPA annual science conference 2017 - eight years of sustainability science for wellbeing29 / 30 November 2017
Managing coastal and marine ecosystem services to support the wellbeing of the poor02 / 2 November 2017
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