Well-being and ecosystem services - the impacts of climate change in developing countries

New research published in the journal Conservation and Society finds that current ecosystem service frameworks do not adequately reflect the perspectives of people in developing countries. Drawing on the fields of environmental sciences, economics, psychology, sociology and anthropology, this VNN project synthesised key themes from dominant frameworks to discover how the well-being of the world's most impoverished populations, those that most directly rely on ecosystem services, are taken into account.

Oceans Intelligence Unit in Lisbon - project developers wanted

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The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon is developing a programme to promote greater awareness of the role of marine ecosystem services for human well-being and economic prosperity, aiming to gather intelligence on how to measure the contribution of those services and foster the understanding of their value to humanity, including their economic value.

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