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Welcome to the new ESP website

We are happy to welcome you to the new ESP website! Responding to feedback collected from the ESP community over the past years, we have worked hard to create an improved web environment which:

  • is easy to search and navigate;
  • offers a dynamic and user friendly community portal, where members can connect, exchange documents and work together;
  • allows Working Groups and National Networks to showcase their work on the website.

You will be able to find all the key information which has always been available on the ESP page, along with the new ESP member Portal. The portal offers the opportunities to set up a personal profile, connect to fellow ESP-ers, join in discussions, share files, links or videos, work on joint documents, and more. Everyone can try out all the new features by using the free trial account option until 1 November.

We are still smoothing out some things – some links may still not work and many of the pages are under construction – so please bear with us for the next few days! If you notice a broken link or anything else that does not work, we will be happy to hear your feedback. See how you can contact us.

Lead Economist at Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy is seeking  a Lead Economist. This exciting new role in the Office of the Chief Scientist is part of a push to establish the Conservancy as a global leader in the application of economics to conservation challenges at the intersection of nature and human well-being. This is a unique opportunity to help solve some of the most pressing global challenges of our time.

Click here for more information. Read more

ESEE conference 2017 Budapest

The next biannual conference of the European Society for Ecological Economics will be organized in Budapest, in June 2017. Various conference topics are related to ecosystem services, including “Imitating and learning from nature”, “Ecosystem services: complexity, financialization, trade-offs, valuation”, “Natural resource management”, or “Biodiversity and ecosystem services in the policy arena”. The conference is also open to special session proposals. Read more

Call for Student Volunteers ACES 2016

The ACES 2016 Conference will take place December 5-9 2016. ACES 2016 is now recruiting student volunteers for various supporting roles including AV Operators, Moderator Assistants and Registration Assistants. Volunteers must be currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited college or university, preferably in a subject area applicable to Ecosystem Services.

Why Volunteer?
In return for your service, student volunteers receive a free conference registration and free shared guest room accommodations for up to five nights! Click here for details on volunteering.

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