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  • 5/24/2019

    Bundles of unknown services from nature
    New study maps for the first time the interaction between ecosystem services while gauging the inhabitants’ knowledge and appreciation of them. Not all services are getting the credit they deserve
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  • 5/22/2019

    Can’t see the forest for the laws
    The European Union Timber Regulation fails to protect biodiversity and the human rights of local people
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  • 5/22/2019

    Call for ocean action in West Africa
    Swedish-Liberian Blue Oceans Conference calls for sustainable blue development in West Africa and beyond
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  • 5/22/2019

    Location, location, location
    Purchasing property in the city close to green space can be more than just visually fruitful. New study finds links between urban green spaces, their multi-functions, and property values
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  • 5/19/2019

    Float a loan to weather the storm
    Patron-client relations in the Philippines buffer fisheries against immediate impacts of natural disasters. But long-term sustainability may suffer due to the combination with current fishery conditions
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  • 5/17/2019

    The right tree at the right place
    Why regreening the Sahel is more than just creating a wall of trees and why one initiative may actually succeed
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  • 5/17/2019

    Making sense of place
    Special feature in Sustainability Science illustrates how ‘sense of place’ as a concept can contribute more effectively to understanding environmental change
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  • 5/13/2019

    Exploring urban resilience at eye level
    Balancing urban development and residents’ experience of their city is a difficult act. New study presents method for understanding how city dwellers use their cityscape
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  • 5/9/2019

    IPBES and the role of the SRC
    The centre’s contribution to intergovernmental platform on biodiversity and ecosystem services
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  • 5/8/2019

    The big European non-foodprint
    New study shows how 65% of land used to support European Union’s non-food bioeconomy is located outside the EU
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