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31 March, 2016
ESPA Building Impact and Partnerships in South Asia workshop  which took place in New Delhi on the  9-10 March 2016 gave us a chance to discuss some of the issues posed by impact. This workshop was a good opportunity since the...
Blogs
30 March, 2016
Africa is the most biodiverse region in the world YET has the highest number of starving people, so we need to make an argument connecting biodiversity and livelihoods. One of the most important steps of impact is...
Blogs
30 March, 2016
Welcome to the first 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. I hope...
Blogs
24 March, 2016
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Blogs
22 March, 2016
The World Water Development Report (WWDR), released every year, is the United Nation’s flagship report on water, providing a comprehensive review of the state of the world’s freshwater resources and aims to provide decision-makers...
Blogs
21 March, 2016
Our Regional advisor for Asia Jyotiraj Patra gives us his overview and take on ESPA's first ever Impact workshop which took place in Dehli on 9th and 10th March 2016. Impact is collective and collaborative, requiring proactive...
News
14 March, 2016
Key findings on who gets sick and why from the Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium will be shared at One Health for the Real World: zoonoses, ecosystems and wellbeing, a high-level, international symposium taking place...
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10 March, 2016
The ESPA-2016 Grants call is for research synthesis projects designed to significantly advance global understanding on the way that ecosystem services contribute to poverty alleviation. The call will fund a set of projects that...
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18 February, 2016
ESPA Director Professor Paul van Gardingen is to take part in a panel discussion at the Geneva Environment Network’s roundtable discussion “Growth in What? Prosperity for People Through Ecosystem Health and Inclusive Wealth.” The...
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16 February, 2016
So-called ‘green revolution’ agricultural policies in Rwanda - claimed by the government, international donors and organisations such as the International Monetary Fund to be successful for the economy and in alleviating poverty...

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