This independent review on the economics of biodiversity is led by Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta.
The Review will assess the economic benefits of biodiversity, assess the economic costs and risks of biodiversity loss and identify a range of actions that can simultaneously enhance biodiversity and deliver economic prosperity.
Invitation to Researchers to contribute to development of the Valuing Nature Demystifying Health Metrics report.
In June 2019 a team led by Mat White from the European Centre for Environment and Human Health (ECEHH), University of Exeter Medical School, were successful in their bid to develop a ‘Demystifying Health Metrics’ publication for the Valuing Nature Programme Coordination Team.
A new report, which explores land-use options post-Brexit, suggests that increasing the area of semi-natural habitats such as chalk grassland and heathland could increase economic growth by up to 5% and employment by up to 8%.
In Dorset alone, this could deliver an £0.8 billion increase in the local economy and create more than 25,000 jobs.
The Royal Society, London is the venue for this year’s Valuing Nature Annual Conference, which will take place on Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th October.
Once again this year, attendance is free, and is funded by the Valuing Nature Programme
The Valuing Nature Programme is delighted to annouce the publication today of the paper "Economic valuation of ecosystem goods and services: a review for decision makers" by Tinch et al. in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy.
A new funding opportunity is available for researchers to develop a Valuing Nature Demystifying Health Metrics report.
Staff of institutes eligible for UKRI grant funding are invited to apply for up to £12,000 to develop a ‘Demystifying Health Metrics’ publication for the Valuing Nature Programme Coordination Team.