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Blogs
4 August, 2011
Andy Frost, ESPA Research Into Use Task Leader The ESPA Directorate will work alongside project teams to advise and indeed assist in ensuring that research undertaken does achieve maximum impact by being understood and used in...
Blogs
21 July, 2011
By Eric Odada, ESPA Programme Framework Project PI In its edition on July 2nd, The Guardian newspaper in the UK featured an article with the headline  ‘Biofuels Landgrab in Kenya’s Tana Delta Fuels Talk of War...
Blogs
11 July, 2011
Janet Ranganathan, ESPA I-PAC  Julie Edmonds, World Resources Institute Intern In these times of budget constraints, municipal authorities, donors and development NGOs are increasingly looking to services provided...
News
8 July, 2011
The ESPA Directorate is pleased to share a range of ESPA logos to be used by ESPA-funded projects Please see two of the five logos below. The ESPA logos blocks are available from the ESPA website as are the brief...
Blogs
22 June, 2011
By Katrina Brown, ESPA I-PAC Co-Chair   The ESPA I-PAC encompasses a dazzling range of disciplinary perspectives and regional expertise. As such, the I-PAC also sees a diversity of views about the priorities for...
News
15 June, 2011
The VNN-ESPA ‘Approaches to Valuation’ Workshop was held at the Grantham Institute of Climate Change, Imperial College London on 24th May 2011. Please find the full report in our Online Resources centre....
Blogs
15 June, 2011
By Paul van Gardingen, ESPA Director Over the last month, I’ve been struck repeatedly by examples of the ways in which the private sector is contributing to ESPA. I’ve also been struck by how important the private sector finds...
Blogs
8 June, 2011
By John Wand, ESPA Programme Executive Board (PEB) From the perspective of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), we welcome the opportunity to work with colleagues from the environmental sciences and DFID.  We...
News
8 June, 2011
18–22 July 2011 · Newcastle University · United kingdom Now open for registration The International Conferences on Environmental Future (ICEFs) are a distinguished series, the first of which preceded the historic 1972...
Blogs
31 May, 2011
By Janet Ranganathan, ESPA I-PAC Member The path-breaking Millennium Ecosystem Assessment provided the first comprehensive review of the conditions and trends of the world's ecosystems and their services. The finding that 60%  of...

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