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Restoring Ethiopia's Ecosystems Can Support Livelihoods and COVID-19 Recovery

  • coronavirus
  • watersheds
  • Water Security
  • ecosystem services
  • forest restoration
A degraded landscape in Ethiopia under a cloudy sky.
  • coronavirus
  • watersheds
  • Water Security
  • ecosystem services
  • forest restoration

STATEMENT: Fourth National Climate Assessment Confirms Climate Change Will Affect All Regions and All Sectors of U.S. Economy

  • Air Quality
  • water scarcity
  • wildfires
  • climate science
  • coast
  • ecosystem services
  • adaptation
  • agriculture
  • climate change
  • health
  • local impacts
  • nutrient pollution
  • pollution
  • public health
  • sea level rise
  • United States
  • Air Quality
  • water scarcity
  • wildfires
  • climate science
  • coast
  • ecosystem services
  • adaptation
  • agriculture
  • climate change
  • health
  • local impacts
  • nutrient pollution
  • pollution
  • public health
  • sea level rise
  • United States
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Climate Watch

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Why Invest in Indigenous Lands?

  • Climate
  • deforestation
  • ecosystem services
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • Forests
  • indigenous people
  • Climate
  • deforestation
  • ecosystem services
  • Economics
  • climate change
  • Forests
  • indigenous people
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LandMark Puts Indigenous Peoples and Other Communities on the Global Map

  • International Climate Action
  • Forests
  • Sustainable Development Goal 10
  • ecosystem services
  • indigenous people
  • land rights
  • land tenure
Maasai tribe in the Serengeti National Park.
  • International Climate Action
  • Forests
  • Sustainable Development Goal 10
  • ecosystem services
  • indigenous people
  • land rights
  • land tenure
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Revaluing Ecosystems

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“Revaluing” Ecosystems to Include Nature’s Value on Balance Sheets

  • Forests
  • Water
  • ecosystem valuation
  • ecosystem services
  • Business
  • green infrastructure
  • natural infrastructure
  • natural resources
While oceans support lucrative fisheries, these benefits are rarely accounted for in ledgers. Photo by Pedro Ramirez Jr./U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Forests
  • Water
  • ecosystem valuation
  • ecosystem services
  • Business
  • green infrastructure
  • natural infrastructure
  • natural resources
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Making Economic Valuation Count for Coastal Ecosystems in the Caribbean

  • Water
  • coral reefs
  • coastal ecosystems
  • ecosystem services
  • Economics
  • economic valuation
  • caribbean
  • fisheries
  • Food
  • oceans
  • water
People and economies across the Caribbean are dependent on coastal ecosystems—including coral reefs, mangroves, and beaches. These ecosystems provide critical habitat to commercial fisheries, attract tourists from around the world, and protect coastal communities and infrastructure. Photo Credit: Katina Rogers
  • Water
  • coral reefs
  • coastal ecosystems
  • ecosystem services
  • Economics
  • economic valuation
  • caribbean
  • fisheries
  • Food
  • oceans
  • water
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How Much Are Ecosystems Really Worth?

  • Forests
  • Water
  • economic valuation
  • ecosystem services
Women in Indonesia's teak forest harvest ground nuts. Photo credit: Murdani Usman, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
  • Forests
  • Water
  • economic valuation
  • ecosystem services
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How to Weave Ecosystem Services into Impact Assessments

  • ecosystem services
The Wayuu people in Colombia. Photo credit: Tanenhaus, Flickr
  • ecosystem services
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  • ecosystem services

RELEASE: Companies Develop Actions to Manage Ecosystem Risks and Opportunities

  • Brazil
  • Business
  • ecosystem services
  • Brazil
  • Business
  • ecosystem services

Ensuring Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability in Brazil

  • Business
  • ecosystem services
  • Brazil
  • business risk
  • Forests
  • wood
  • Business
  • ecosystem services
  • Brazil
  • business risk
  • Forests
  • wood
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Greenhouse Gas Protocol

The São Paulo skyline behind Ibirapuera Park. The city's urban trees are part of the greater Atlantic Forest ecosystem. Photo by Flávio Jota de Paula/Flickr.

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