This year’s Annual Science Conference will focus on synthesising learning across projects to answer the ‘big questions’ ESPA was established to address:
- How do ecosystem services influence human well-being in different ecosystems / locations and for different socio-economic groups?
- How will this change over time and what is driving this change?
- What options exist to mediate linkages so that human well-being is enhanced and ecosystems are conserved?
- What are the barriers / uncertainties inhibiting simultaneous achievement of the conservation and development outcomes and how can we overcome them? This includes those relating to governance and decision-making.
Call for Abstracts
If you would like to speak at the ESPA 2016 Annual Science Conference you must complete an abstract submission form (click here) and submit it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday 27th May 2016.