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Guest editor in Sustainability's special issue

If you’re working on evaluating the sustainability of urban agriculture by advancing in new methodological approaches or assessing specific case studies, check out the information on the new special issue of the… 577 more words


Seafood prices reveal impacts of a major ecological disturbance

Coastal hypoxia is a growing problem worldwide, but economic consequences for fisheries are largely unknown. We provide evidence that hypoxia causes economic effects on a major fishery that was once the most valuable fishery in America.

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Upcoming Composting Workshops: Learn How Composting Can Make the World Healthier

Did you know home composting reduces methane emissions and helps sequester carbon—all in the space of your own back yard?  And you can create a home-grown soil amendment, which will make your soil, your garden, and the rest of your landscape environmentally healthier.  338 more words

Ecosystem Services

Ecosystem restoration strengthens pollination network resilience and functions.

Land degradation results in declining biodiversity and the disruption of ecosystem functioning worldwide, particularly in the tropics1. Vegetation restoration is a common tool used to mitigate these impacts and increasingly aims to restore ecosystem functions rather than species diversity2.

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ACCCRN 2017 Photo Essay Competition: "Urban Interaction with Ecosystem Services"

Photo Essay Entry Procedures and Regulations

The 2017 ACCCRN Photo Essay Competition is seeking great pictures on urban climate change resilience issues from photographers, practitioners, and those working on climate change in Asia and based in Asia. 808 more words

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Navigating through the stinky swamp ahead.

It’s been difficult to write about the expected environmental consequences of the pending Trump administration for many reasons – not least of which is the feeling that the immediate demands of keeping humans safe, healthy and insured in the present are the most pressing ones. 830 more words

Environmental Economics