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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) Sustainability Science by portaladmin — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
PNAS has launched a new section of the journal dedicated to sustainability science, an emerging field of research dealing with the interactions between natural and social systems, and with how those interactions affect the challenge of sustainability: meeting the needs of present and future generations while substantially reducing poverty and conserving the planet's life support systems
African Drought Risk and Development Network Newsletter September 2010 by portaladmin — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
African Drought Risk and Development Network Newsletter September 2010
African Drought Risk and Development Network Newsletter August 2010 # 19 by portaladmin — last modified Sep 18, 2018 12:50 AM
African Drought Risk and Development Network Newsletter August 2010
International Union for Conservation of Nature Newsletter (IUCN) by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
E Turbo News Global Travel Industry News by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
As the oldest global travel industry publication with the largest global trade and journalist circulation on the Internet, this newsletter provides information about global travel industry including travel deals, latest news, and links.
African Centre for Disaster Studies: Jàmbá by Portal Web Editor — last modified Sep 18, 2018 12:39 AM
Jàmbá (meaning disaster in Yoruba) is a journal in the field of disaster risk reduction, aimed at serving as a platform for discussion and debate in this relatively new field. The ACDS also aims to produce a publication that will be of use to practitioners. We encourage anyone active in the field of disaster risk reduction, such as academics, practitioner and students to contribute papers to Jàmbá.
The Convention on Biological Diversity Newsletters by CBD — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) entered into force on 29 December 1993. It has 3 main objectives: The conservation of biological diversity The sustainable use of the components of biological diversity The fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources
The Ecosystem Marketplace W.E.T. Newsletter by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
First there was sulfur dioxide permit trading, then wetland mitigation banking, then conservation banking, and now carbon credits. Markets are increasingly being seen as innovative—and often effective —tools for achieving environmental ends. In the case of carbon, environmental markets are also driving new areas of economic growth. Carbon markets—as those of you who get our V-carbon email newsletter know—traded an estimated $30 billion last year. But what is next? And why don't we hear about markets being used to address those other major environmental problems: water pollution and water scarcity? The truth is that markets and payment schemes are being used to address all sorts of environmental issues related to water. The problem is that these solutions are limited in scale and remain experimental or anecdotal. They are small –albeit important—bricks that don't yet add up to a bigger building. We've been reporting on these initiatives for nearly three years (see some of our past coverage below), but even we think it is not enough. Fortunately, the time is ripe for bigger, better, and more effective environmental markets related to water. The question is: how do we get from here to there? We have some ideas, but we readily recognize that we don't have any perfect answers, hence this newsletter. In WATER/ENVIRONMENT/TRADING (W.E.T.), we will report from the frontlines of global attempts to use markets and market-like instruments to address environmental issues related to water. We will cover everything from schemes that seek to ensure more predictable flows of water downstream by protecting forests upstream, all the way to larger and more elaborate markets designed to protect and enhance water quality in industrial areas.
East and Southern Africa Katoomba Group e-newsletter by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
The newsletter aims to keep our readers aware of the latest news and events relating to markets and payments for ecosystem services (PES) in the East and Southern Africa region and around the world. 
We welcome your feedback, comments and suggestions, including any articles that you may wish to share with our readers. Please send them by e-mail to aruhweza@forest-trends.org Yours sincerely Alice Ruhweza Coordinator, East and Southern Africa Katoomba Group
The Tropical America Katoomba Group Newsletter by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
The Katoomba Group Voluntary Carbon Newsletter by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
Lost in a haze of carbon news? Ecosystem Marketplace’s bi-weekly V-Carbon Newsletter brings you the top headlines from voluntary offsets to climate policy to carbon finance. With an eye for voluntary market action, our news analysts digest the latest developments, keeping you up to speed on what’s important and why
The Katoomba Group Community Forum Newsletter by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
So you’ve heard all about climate policy, biodiversity protection, and carbon markets. But how do these policies and markets affect your community? Ecosystem Marketplace’s Community Forum Newsletter delivers news and profiles of those working to preserve our natural resources, as well as the people these efforts affect
The Ecosystem Marketplace Newsletter by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
The flagship publication of Forest Trends and Katoomba Group, Ecosystem Marketplace is a global news service covering payments for ecosystem services in a format that is accessible to professionals and laymen alike. The site generates original news, features, and reports, and also amalgamates news from a variety of sources
Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy (SSPP) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that provides a platform for the dissemination of new practices and for dialogue emerging out of the field of sustainability. The e-Journal fills a gap in the literature by establishing a forum for cross-disciplinary discussion of empirical science as well as practice and policy developments related to sustainability. Sustainability facilitates communication among scientists, practitioners, and policy makers who are investigating and shaping nature-society interactions and working towards sustainable solutions. Open Access Policy / Permissions: The mission of this e-Journal is to rapidly disseminate information on sustainability science issues in support of a greater global exchange of knowledge. The e-Journal is available free to all to read, download, copy, and reproduce for any scientific purposes without asking the author or publisher for permission to do so. The source of the article must however be clearly indicated. Copyright is retained by the author
USAID Development Calendar by librarian2 — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
International Development Event Calendar (IDEC)
Fundacion ProAves e-bulletin by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
Newsletter for Pro Aves: ProAves is a Colombian NGO dedicated to the conservation of birds and their habitats through research, outreach and direct conservation actions in collaboration with
USAID Global Climate Change: Publications & Outreach by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
USAID_MIRA Boletin by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
USAID ENERGY UPDATE Newsletter by Rose Hessmiller — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
Newsletter for USAID Energy Information: USAID works through multilateral Partnerships aimed at improving coordination and collaboration of USAID energy activities with those of other donors, multilateral organizations, foreign governments, private sector partners and other global partnerships. USAID also works in collaboration with other U.S. government agencies and Presidential Initiatives. By sharing ideas, skills, and resources, USAID and partners are able to increase impact and sustainability of energy programs and activities.
MSI: Development Outreach and Communications (DOC) by Portal Web Editor — last modified Aug 01, 2013 05:06 PM
MSI Development Management Project News
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