This piece was originally posted on the Ecosystem Services for Policy Alleviation website, and was written with WRI intern Julie Edmonds.
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Wisconsin is a state blessed with abundant natural beauty and was home to one of America’s first conservationists, Aldo Leopold<
Experts and innovators meet to chart the future of ecosystem conservation
A new economic valuation shows what Jamaica’s economy stands to lose if its coral reefs decline further.
By John Talberth and Logan Yonavjak on June 15, 2011
Current use valuation programs can encourage landowners to resist development pressures and leave forest as forest.
Despite their benefits to national economies, reefs around the world are at risk, including in the United States.
By Beth Gingold and Fred Stolle on June 9, 2011
A summary of key elements, and unanswered questions, in Indonesia’s recent moratorium on new forest permits.
Coral reefs provide significant value to the Jamaican economy, including tourism, fisheries and shoreline protection, according to new analysis released today.
By Lijin Zhong and Cy Jones on June 1, 2011
This post originally appeared on The Asia Water Project website, and is reposted with permission.
By Nigel Sizer, Lars Laestadius, and Susan Minnemeyer on May 26, 2011
New research shows that Africa offers some of the greatest opportunities globally for restoring forests.
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