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Ecosystem services need social science more than slogans

Professor Joshua Farley’s Oxford lecture “The Political Economy of Ecosystem Services” warns against subjecting nature to the forces of market mechanisms.

High-Level Panel hits biodiversity loss with cost-benefit analysis

The High-Level Panel estimate of costs of the Aichi Targets on Biodiversity presents COP11 decision-makers with a conventional economic analysis. Is this the answer for biodiversity?

Achim Steiner brings TEEB to COP11

At COP11, Achim Steiner, Executive Director of UNEP has lavished praise on controversial ideas known as The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB)

Scientists shrink from the economics of ecosystems

We all know that GDP is unfit for the purpose of measuring progress. Should scientists at the Planet Under Pressure 2012 conference be doing more to promote the research results of The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB)?

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