NESP Digest: January 2021

This is the quarterly newsletter of the National Ecosystem Services Partnership (NESP), which provides updates on our recent activities as well as some other information on ecosystem services that we hope you’ll find useful.

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NESP UPDATES
New NESP Publication: Read a new paper published in Ecosystem Services that shares a practice-oriented approach combining ecosystem services mapping, landowner surveys, and a social network analysis to help foster private landowner participation in ecosystem service conservation and restoration at a landscape scale.
IN THE NEWS
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
MEETINGS, EVENTS, AND WEBINARS
Conservation Banking Webinar Series. The Conservation Fund. Recorded.


Understanding Rural Attitudes About Climate Change. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions. Recorded.

January 26 and 28, 2021. Train the Trainer Sessions on Natural Capital. Online.

April 19–21, 2021. Planetary Health Annual Meeting. Online.


December 13–16, 2021. A Community on Ecosystem Services. Bonita Springs, Florida.
GRANTS AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Job Opportunities:

Program Coordinator. U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities. Greenville, South Carolina.

Senior Policy Fellow, Coastal Natural Resources. Texas A&M Corpus Christie. Corpus Christie, Texas.

Manager, Landscape Resilience. Environmental Defense Fund. Raleigh, North Carolina.
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NESP is an initiative of the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University.