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Singh et al., Mechanisms and risk of cumulative impacts to coastal ecosystem services

Singh, G.G., J. Sinner, J. Ellis, M. Kandlikar, B.S. Halpern, T. Satterfield and K.M.A. Chan (2017). “Mechanisms and risk of cumulative impacts to coastal ecosystem services: An expert elicitation approach.” Journal of Environmental Management 199: 229-241. Doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.05.032

Kaltenborn et al., Ecosystem services and cultural values as building blocks for ‘the good life’

Kaltenborn, B.P., J.D.C. Linnell, E. Gómez-Baggethun, H. Lindhjem, J. Thomassen and K.M. Chan (2017). “Ecosystem services and cultural values as building blocks for ‘the good life’. A case study in the community of Røst, Lofoten Islands, Norway.” Ecological Economics 140: 166-176. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.05.003

Figure 1 from Chan et al. 2017

Kai, Emily, Mollie, Paige argue to re-imagine incentive schemes

In a new paper, CHANS lab folks (plus Kristjan Jespersen) proposed to re-imagine incentive programs to encourage values of responsibility, not to buy behaviour change. Full citation: Chan, K.M.A., E. Anderson, M. Chapman, K. Jespersen and P. Olmsted (2017). “Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability.” Ecological Economics 140: 110-122. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.029

Chan et al., Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability

Chan, K.M.A., E. Anderson, M. Chapman, K. Jespersen and P. Olmsted (2017). “Payments for ecosystem services: Rife with problems and potential—for transformation towards sustainability.” Ecological Economics 140: 110-122. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2017.04.029

Rudman et al., Evosystem services: Rapid evolution and the provision of ecosystem services

Rudman, S.M., M. Kreitzman, K.M.A. Chan and D. Schluter “Evosystem services: Rapid evolution and the provision of ecosystem services.” Trends in Ecology & Evolution. Doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2017.02.019

Chapman et al., Sustainability beyond city limits: can “greener” beef lighten a city’s Ecological Footprint?

Chapman, M., A. LaValle, G. Furey and K.M.A. Chan (2017). “Sustainability beyond city limits: can “greener” beef lighten a city’s Ecological Footprint?” Sustainability Science: 1-14. Doi: 10.1007/s11625-017-0423-7

Ale Echeverri wins the Les Lavkulich Outstanding Leadership and Service Award

Congratulations to Alejandra Echeverri Ochoa for winning IRES’ Les Lavkulich Outstanding Leadership and Service Award for her crucial contributions to RES, IRES, and also to the global community (e.g., through the COP13 process of the Convention on Biological Diversity)!

Ed Gregr wins the Freda Pagani Outstanding PhD Thesis Award

Congratulations to Edward Gregr for winning IRES’ Freda Pagani Outstanding PhD Thesis Award for his dissertation, which he defended in August 2016!

Levine et al., Sea otters, social justice, and ecosystem-service perceptions

Levine, J., M. Muthukrishna, K.M.A. Chan and T. Satterfield (2017). “Sea otters, social justice, and ecosystem-service perceptions in Clayoquot Sound, Canada.” Conservation Biology 31(2): 343-352. Doi: 10.1111/cobi.12795

Echeverri, A. et al. Explicit not Implicit Preferences Predict Conservation Intentions for Endangered Species and Biomes.

Echeverri, A., Callahan, M.M., Chan, K.M.A., Satterfield, T. & Zhao, J. (2017). “Explicit not Implicit Preferences Predict Conservation Intentions for Endangered Species and Biomes” PLOS ONE 12(1):e0170973. url