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What is the MESP

The Marine Ecosystem Services Partnership (MESP) is a community of practice for marine ecosystem stakeholders,
policy makers, researchers, economists and environmental managers. Please use this portal to share ideas, discuss pressing issues, post
the latest news and explore our extensive database of valuation studies.

Latest news

Inserting “Oceans” into the Paris Climate Conversation

March 11th, 2015|0 Comments

Originally posted at http://www.peopleandoceans.org/oceansandparis/ Marine scientists and conservation professionals are organizing to make “oceans” a priority at the 21st

Time to Bring the Value of Nature Back to Earth

March 11th, 2015|0 Comments

In 1997, Robert Costanza and colleagues set out to do something audacious[1]. They estimated the value of nature. At the

Learning to Speak Ecosystem Services

February 11th, 2015|0 Comments

By Christian Neumann, Linwood Pendleton, Marianne Kettunen, Tundi Agardy "The language of Ecosystem Services essentially

What can MESP do for you

The MESP uses a variety of web-based tools to ease access to valuation data and improve communication among its members. When connected to the databases of our working partners, the MESP information web portal represents the world’s largest virtual collection of marine ecosystem service data. The MESP also maintains an online group where partners can learn the latest ecosystem services news.

Welcome to the library of marine and coastal valuation studies

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Ecosystems services assessment methodologies and approaches toolkit

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Reports and Papers

The Ocean and Us

October 11th, 2015|0 Comments

Latest Podcasts and Webinars

A Chat with TEEB Coordinator Salman Hussain

January 11th, 2017|0 Comments

Find out what's in store for TEEB as it prepares to enter its second decade. We begin 2017 with

Below the Surface with NOAA’s Margaret Davidson

May 3rd, 2016|0 Comments

In the 2016 “Below the Surface” podcast, Linwood Pendleton discusses coastal ecosystem services with the legendary Margaret Davidson.

You Say Conservation is Good for People: Well, Prove It

April 10th, 2015|0 Comments

This podcast is adapted from a keynote speech Linwood Pendleton gave at the combined VALMER/PANACHE meeting, March 17, 2015

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