Category: Ecosystem Services

The Transformation of Gabon: Can Nature Make Economic Development Work Better for People?

Can Gabon find a way to achieve its development goals while protecting nature? Can valuing nature’s services to people help achieve that balance?

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Is Nature Ready to Transform Big Business?

Can nature play a leading role in how corporations do business? Sheila Reddy presents three examples of corporations valuing nature — and how their cutting-edge research could go mainstream.

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Mosquitoes, Heat & Floods: The Challenges of Monitoring Water Funds

Big data? Not when it comes to conservation measures. How do scientists ensure practices like Water Funds actually deliver what they promise when information so is difficult to come by?

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When is an Ecosystem Service Not an Ecosystem Service?

If no one uses an ecosystem service, is it still a service? Marine scientist Mark Spalding examines the different ways we value nature.

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