6th Annual International ESP Conference 2013

26.08.13 - 30.08.13

The 6th annual ESP (Ecosystem Services Partnership) conference, which will be held from 26-30 August 2013, on Bali, Indonesia. A chance to interact and exchange ideas with other ESP members, practitioners, educators, policy-makers, researchers, and many others in this International setting.

The emphasis of this 6th International ESP conference will be on the practical application of the ecosystem services concept in planning, management and decision making, and the development of case studies.

Like the previous ESP-conferences, the program will consist of a mix of plenary sessions, workshops (organized by the ESP-working groups), Open Space sessions (proposed and organized by the participants) and Special Sessions devoted to specific topics proposed by the co-organizers and sponsors.

For more information please visit: http://www.espconference.org/ESP_Conference

More details to come.

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