Curious about ecosystem service projects in your region or beyond? Learn more and join the discussion by following the links below:
- The Marketplace for Nature is an online resource that highlights conservation projects designed to conserve ecosystem services.
- The Ecosystem Service Commons is a gathering place for a community on ecosystem services. It is managed by Oregon State University’s Institute for Natural Resources. The Cascadia Ecosystem Services Partnership has a subpage on the site.
- The National Ecosystem Services Partnership (NESP) is managed by the Nicolas Institute at Duke University, and facilitates collaboration across the national ecosystem services network.
- The Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) is currently managed by Wageningen University, the Netherlands, and serves as a worldwide network to enhance the science and practical application of ecosystem services assessment.
- The Wildlife Society Annual Conference (PDF) hosted speakers on the topic of Ecosystem Services: Leveraging Incentives for Wildlife Conservation. This PDF provides a compilation of presentation synopses.
- Defenders of Wildlife produced a paper entitled Nature's Benefits: the Importance of Assessing Biodiversity in Eocystem Services Programs, exploring the process of incorporating ecosystem services into decision making (PDF).