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The Willamette Partnership

A diverse coalition of leaders in the Willamette River basin working to shift the way people think about, value, manage, and regulate the environment.

The Partnership includes a diverse coalition of conservation, city, business, farm, and science leaders in the Willamette River basin from Clean Water Services (the wastewater management service for the Tualatin River Basin), the Oregon Business Council, Wildwood, Inc.

ESP Biome and Thematic Working Groups

A global network of active working groups within ESP of people knowledgeable about Ecosystem Services in biomes or on themes

The ES-Partnership is a network organization that will link practitioners, researchers, and stakeholders around the world who are working toward better understanding, modeling, valuation and management of ecosystem services and natural capital.
ESP aims to enhance communication, coordination and cooperation, while building a strong network of individuals and organizations.

Ecosystem Services Review for Impact Assessment: a new methodology to address ecosystem services in impact assessment

The Ecosystem Services Review for Impact Assessment (ESR for IA) is a structured methodology to help environmental and social practitioners address ecosystem services throughout the impact assessment process. More specifically, the ESR for IA provides practitioners with:

Ecosystem Services Review for Impact Assessment: a new methodology to address ecosystem services in impact assessment

The Ecosystem Services Review for Impact Assessment (ESR for IA) is a structured methodology to help environmental and social practitioners address ecosystem services throughout the impact assessment process. More specifically, the ESR for IA provides practitioners with:

Year started: 
2010
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5th ESP Conference

The 5th ESP Conference will be held from 31 July - 4 August in Portland, OR, USA.
The Portland ESP meeting will be organised jointly with IALE and focus especially on the further development of the ESP key-services/activities (eg the Biome and Thematic Working Groups, the database, etc.) and the ESP organisational structure.

More information on program, venue registration, submission of abstracts and other deadlines will follow soon.

Event details
Date: 
Tuesday, 31 July, 2012 - 00:00 - Saturday, 4 August, 2012 - 10:00
Location: 
Portland, Oregon, USA

Ecosystem Services Partnership

Worldwide Network to enhance the Science and practical Application of ecosystem services assessment

The Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP), founded in 2007, aims to enhance collaborative efforts on ecosystem services at the global, national and local level.
ESP is a network organization with now over 50 organisations and more than 200 individual members that links practitioners, researchers, and stakeholders around the world who are working toward better understanding the science, policy and practice of ecosystem services..

Call for Presentations - Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2012

Biodiversity Without Boundaries 2012 presentation submission deadline now extended until November 30, 2011. Learn more about the conference at http://connect.natureserve.org/BWB2012 and go to the Call for Presentations page ( http://connect.natureserve.org/BWB2012/Call4Presentations) to submit your proposal now. Featured topics on the conference agenda include Ecosystem Services.

Event details
Date: 
Tuesday, 29 November, 2011 - 21:00
Location: 
Portland, OR

Guide to Environmental Markets for Farmers and Ranchers

Release Date: October 2010

Leading organization: American Farmland Trust

Length: 72 pages

Geographic focus: Washington State

 

Location

Washington State
United States
47° 35' 40.4052" N, 120° 29' 13.4196" W
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