Below you can find the overview of the sessions accepted to the conference. The sessions are clustered according to the ESP Working Groups structure: Biome (B), Sectoral (S) and Thematic (T) Working Groups. Also, General Sessions (which do not have a direct link to the ESP Working Groups and Regional Chapters structure) will be organised.
By clicking on the clusters, you will be directed to that cluster. Each cluster consists of several sessions. When you click the session title, the session description for that session will open.
Links to the ESP Working Groups are included to show the linkages between the conference sessions and the ESP community in general.
- B1a - Advancing methods in marine ecosystem services quantification, mapping and modeling E. Drakou, E. Gissi, et al.
- B1b - From the tropics to the poles: assessing marine cultural ecosystem services A. Ruiz-Frau, M. Uyarra, et al.
- B2a - Ecosystem services assessment methods for riverine and wetland ecosystems M. Carolli, J. Janse, et al.
- B2b - Frontiers in planning and implementing nature-based solutions in river landscapes S. Schmidt, B. Schröter, et al.
- B3 - Semi-natural forests and forest plantations: ecosystem services and trade-offs in the face of land use and climate change A. Gimona, A. Robert, et al.
- B5 - Mediterranean socio-ecological systems: integration of methodological approaches to evaluate ecosystem services’ dynamics J. Roces-Diaz, M. Torralba, et al.
- B8 - Coping with global changes in mountain and arctic socio-ecological systems U. Schirpke, V. Hausner, et al.
- B9/T18c - Governance of ecosystem services for rural-urban synergies: bridging science and decision-making M. Partidario, L. Willemen, et al.
- B10a - Urban ecosystem services: dynamics, complexities, and challenges for sustainable urban development L. Inostroza & N. Kabisch
- B10b - Nature-based Solutions for enhancing urban sustainability and ecosystem services R. Remme, C. Veerkamp, et al.
- B10c - Advancing urban ecosystem service assessment for more inclusive and just cities F. Baró, J. Langemeyer, et al.
- B10d - Urban green infrastructure: factors shaping urban ecosystem services and disservices N. Schwarz, J. Priess, et al.
- B10e - Governance approaches for ecosystem services in urban and peri-urban open spaces M. Spyra, S. Ronchi, et al.
- G0 - Open session: This is an Open Session for abstracts that do not fit in any of the other sessions (depending on the number and topics of submitted abstracts this session can be split in specific sub-sessions)
- G1 - Implications of IPBES assessments: linking plural values and plausible futures (Only invited speakers) A. Campo Gnecco, S. Jacobs, et al.
- G2 - Human-wildlife conflicts & co-existence: methods & tools to assess ecosystem (dis)services H. König, S. Ceausu, et al.
- G3a - Using natural capital to inform sustainable development of small islands in Caribbean and S.Atlantic (Only invited speakers) T. Pelembe, N. Smith, et al.
- G3b - Mapping and assessing ecosystem services in the EU overseas and small islands dev. states I. Sieber & B. Burkhard, et al.
- G5 - Guidelines, toolkits, databases and standards for implementing integrated ecosystem services assessments D. de Groot, S. Moolenaar, et al.
- G6a - Effective teaching strategies for making the ecosystem services concept relevant to society I. Palacios-Agundez, N. Hagemann, et al.
- G6b - Playing games to save the planet? – Can games help to promote the Ecosystem services concept more widely? C. Biedermann, B. Schröter, et al.
- G7a - YESS: placing early career research on the ecosystem services landscape K. Winkler, J. Rodrigues, et al.
- G7b - How to get published: the reviewers and editors perspective L. Inostroza & A. de Groot
- G8 - ESP Asia Forum: Connecting science and policy to implement ecosystem services approaches in Asia N. Lee & SC member of ESP Asia RO
- G9 - Making economics of land management an integral part of policy strategies and decision making (Only invited speakers) M. Schauer & L. Beisiegel
- G10a - The concept of ecosystem services in the knowledge of the Nature-Societies relationships A. Robert
- G10b - Systematic maps and reviews: describing the state of knowledge and identifying gaps for science and decision making K. Kuhn, S. Vikström, et al.
- S1 - Agroecology: managing biodiversity and soil health for the sustained provision of ecosystem services in agriculture E. Barrios, B. Bartowski, et al.
- S5 - Ecosystem services and water management: fog water harvesting for communities and restoration of degraded ecosystems T. Lopez-Armentia
- S6 - Ecosystem services research applications in corporate action: increasing impact, unlocking opportunities and driving innovation via the ESP Business Track (Only invited speakers), M. van Weelden, M. Smith, et al.
- S8a - Ecosystem services for nature conservation and protected areas J. Schägner, K. Winkler, et al.
- S8b - Linking nature-based solutions and ecosystem services E. Cohen-Shacham & S. Maynard
- S10 - Circular Bioeconomy - a solution to the global challenges of climate change, decreasing natural resources and environmental degradation? M. Thomsen, L. Harmelin, et al.
- T2 - Quantifying the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem services across landscape / seascape management intensification gradients P. van Bodegom & M. Felipe-Lucia
- T3 - Science meeting reality: developing fit-for-purpose ecosystem services indicators A. van Oudenhoven, B. Matzdorf, et al.
- T4a - Times are changing: temporal mapping of dynamic ecosystem services L. Willemen, M. Villoslada, et al.
- T4b - Mapping cultural ecosystem services: use of social media to assess cultural ES J. Langemeyer & F. Calcagni
- T5 - Integrated ecosystem services models – advancing modeling science and application R. Remme, F. Villa, et al.
- T6a - Valuing marine ecosystems services in the anthropocene S. Villasante & G. Verutes
- T6b - Multiple values in land- and seascapes K. Winkler, S. Chakraborty, et al.
- T8 - Linkages between ecosystem services and multi-dimensional well-being: how have we progressed since the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment? J. Llopis, J. Zaehringer, et al.
- T9 - Cultural ecosystem services and public health in urban areas M. Marselle & S. de Vries
- T10 - Does modelling trade-offs gives the full picture, or can stakeholders tell it all? The complementarity of models and participative methods. I. Liekens & F. Turkelboom
- T11 - Tele-coupling through flows of ecosystem services from regional to global scales T. Koellner, M. Felipe-Lucia, et al.
- T12 - Economic and non-economic impacts of natural hazards and climate change on ecosystems and ecosystem services Z. Sebesvari, A. Nobel, et al.
- T14a - Ecosystem services for spatial resilience S. Salata, G. Brunetta, et al.
- T14b - Assessing effects of landscape structure on ecosystem services for landscape planning and management: striking a balance between level of detail and feasibility J. Hermes, A. Cord, et al.
- T14c - Ecosystem services and drivers of change L. Egarter-Vigl, D. Depellegrin, et al.
- T14d - Biodiversity and ecosystem services offsets using spatial nature compensation measures W. Wende
- T16 - Payments for ecosystem services in research and practice – current situation and challenges B. Matzdorf, S. Namaga, et al.
- T17 - Accounting for ecosystem services: time for applications (Only invited speakers) A. La Notte, K. Grunewald, et al.
- T18a - Towards governance innovation for ecosystem services provision: legal & economic instruments, and policy mixes L. Loft, A. Altmann, et al.
- T18b - Policy impact of TEEB inspired studies – lessons for natural capital valuation A. Berghöfer, H. Wittmer, et al.
- T18c - Governance of ecosystem services for rural-urban synergies: bridging science and decision-making (details under B9)
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