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SER2014 outcome: 2 special issues published in Environment Science and Pollution Research and Ecology and Society

Two special issues from SER2014 Conference were completed. Karel Prach and Anne Tolvanen put together the one entitled ‘ How can we restore biodiversity and ecosystem services in mining and industrial sites?’ for Environment Science and Pollution Research volume 23 number 14, containing 16 articles, and Anne Tolvanen and James Aronson coordinated ‘Ecological Restoration, ecosystem services […]Read More
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SER-Europe opposes large-scale logging of the primeval forest of Białowieża in Poland for the sake of ‘ecological restoration’

SER-Europe opposes large-scale logging of the primeval forest of Białowieża in Poland and has sent an open letter to the Polish Prime Minister, Ms Beata Szydło, and the  Minister of Environment, Prof Jan Szyszko, condemning their recent actions allowing for large-scale logging in the Białowieża Forest. SER-Europe appeals the authorities to immediately stop logging operations […]Read More
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SER Europe joins People 4 Soil

SER Europe joins People 4 Soil.    Soil is a vital, limited, non-renewable and irreplaceable resource: the welfare of current and future generations depends on the health of soils. People 4 Soil is a free and open network of European NGOs, research institutes, farmers associations and environmental groups who want Europe to recognise soil as […]Read More
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EU Publication: ecosystem services and biodiversity

EU Publication: ecosystem services and biodiversity Ecosystems provide a multitude of benefits to humanity, from food, clean water and flood protection to cultural heritage and a sense of place, to name but a few. However, many of these benefits, known as ‘ecosystem services’, are under severe threat from man-made pressures. This report explores four core […]Read More