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News
6 May, 2016
Evaluation company Jigsaw has analysed and reported on the outcomes and impact of five key ESPA projects, verifying that its research played "a key role in catalysing change". The projects were: ASSETS Negotiating Trade Offs...
Blogs
4 May, 2016
Paul Whitehead, Professor of Water Science and Director of the NERC Macronutrient Cycles Programme, gives his personal take on The Routledge Handbook of Ecosystem Services Ecosystem research has gone from a few papers in 2007...
Blogs
3 May, 2016
Welcome to our irregular blog which aims to capture interesting and inspiring stories, all in the one place, for those involved in science, ecosystems, development, poverty alleviation and human wellbeing. Extreme situations can...
News
22 April, 2016
A personal blog from P4ges researcher Rina about the school and capacity building. Event Report Summary This was the first ever ESPA Summer School event. The Summer School aimed to enhance participants understanding of the way...
Blogs
22 April, 2016
Researcher Rina Mandimbiniaina attended our recent Summer School in New Lanark, Scotland. Here she tells us why, in her own words, ESPA gets it right when it comes to capacity building. Madagascar has been a popular place to...
Blogs
21 April, 2016
Welcome to our irregular blog which aims to capture interesting and inspiring stories, all in the one place, for those involved in science, ecosystems, development, poverty alleviation and human wellbeing. 50 million years of work...
Blogs
15 April, 2016
Welcome to our irregular blog which aims to capture interesting and inspiring stories, all in the one place, for those involved in science, ecosystems, development, poverty alleviation and human wellbeing. Could digital...
Blogs
12 April, 2016
The economic value of the entire biosphere is estimated at US$ 33 trillion a year - if ecosystem services were paid for, the prices of goods would be much higher, and if not given due consideration, human welfare will suffer...
Blogs
5 April, 2016
Welcome to the second edition of our irregular blog which aims to capture interesting and inspiring stories in the one place for those involved in science, ecosystems, development, poverty alleviation and human wellbeing. Drought...
News
4 April, 2016
  The initial and original description pages for #ImpactAfrica and #ImpactAsia Our reports on #ImpactAfrica and #ImpactAsia A guest blog about #ImpactAsia from Dr Timos Karpouzoglou, Wageningen University A blog about #ImpactAsia ...

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