Summaries of all twelve of the Valuing Nature Placement Scheme's research are now available, as well as their presentations from the launch event in London.
How are people in the UK affected by government decisions? New Centre for the Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus (CECAN) aims to find out.
Based at the University of Surrey and initiated by leading UK bodies, its research will aid future decision-making on complex policy such as flooding and drainage, farming, housing and transport.
The list of successful applicants to the Valuing Nature Placement Scheme is now available. £180k was available under the Placement Scheme to allow researchers to work in a new disciplinary, institutional or applied setting. The successful placements will run for one to three months, starting by mid-February 2016.
Save the Date - Business Impact School: 2 - 4 March 2016
The Valuing Nature Programme will run a three-day Business Impact School to provide early career researchers with an opportunity to gain insight into producing research with business impact.
The Natural Environment Research Council is funding this School to help develop a Valuing Nature research community with a broader understanding of how to translate research into private sector decision making and innovation.
You are here invited to submit applications to join the 'Demystifying Economic Valuation' group. The group is being formed by the Valuing Nature Network to write a ‘key principles of economic valuation’ paper in the first half of 2016.
Researchers are invited to apply to work for up to three months on Valuing Nature topics in a new disciplinary, institutional or applied setting. £180k is available to support 5-10 placements.
The placements will support the Valuing Nature Programme’s aim of building an interdisciplinary research community capable of working across the natural, biological and social sciences and arts and humanities, and to link researchers to businesses, policymakers and practitioners.
A nature index put together by BBC Earth has found that, when it comes to value to the planet, Gareth Bales doesn't break any records. According to the index, water, the most valuable thing on the index valued at a whopping 46 trillion pounds, is worth 980,000 times as much as the Welsh football player.
To read more, please go to the BBC website.