Providing ethical guidance for collaborative research in developing countries
Ecological Restoration Is A $25 Billion Industry That Generates 220,000 Jobs
Determining Sustainable Farming: ESPA Research featured in RCUK China’s latest brochure
A better future for slum dwellers: New research reveals why lack of collaboration is the problem
From boom to bust: How can we improve the sustainability of shrimp farming?
Beyond conservation: Why investing in forests makes economic sense
Call for Research Proposals on Cities and Climate Change
DFID entry scheme for advisors (DESA)
New Report: Get the science right when paying for nature’s services
Vacancy: Can you help us build impact in East and Southern Africa?
14th World Forestry Congress
Good news for forests despite the slow start to climate talks
Is the world’s sixth extinction event upon us?
Funding: Joint NERC / AHRC / ESRC call on Managing the Environment to Improve Human Health and Wellbeing
Call for Contributions for the IUCN World Conservation Congress
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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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