The Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-based Assessment (TESSA) provides accessible guidance on low-cost methods for how to evaluate the benefits people receive from nature at particular sites in o
In Nepal, community forestry is part of a national strategy for livelihoods improvement and environmental protection.
In this paper, published in Biological Invasions, the authors estimate the effect of feral livestock control on ecosystem services provided by Centre Hills reserve in Montserrat, to evalua
Ecosystem services can provide a wide range of benefits for human well-being, including provisioning, regulating and cultural services and benefitting both private and public interests in different
Increasing attention is being given to the benefits that people derive from biodiversity, in the form of ecosystem services such as food, clean water and climate regulation.
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) have long been seen as one of the key tools in marine conservation.
Many sites that are important for biodiversity conservation also provide significant benefits (i.e. ecosystem services) to people.
In response to an increasing interest in China, CCI brought together 30 researchers from four CCI partner organisations and eight University Departments on the 17th December 2012 for a networking m
Management of soil carbon may offer potential for improving agricultural practice and productivity whilst providing co-benefits in terms of climate mitigation and biodiversity conservation.
IPBES – the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services - is the result of half a decade of intergovernmental discussion and negotiation.