The PLANES team actively participated in the fourth ESP conference in Heraklion (Crete) from 10th to 14th October. It was a week full of meetings and discussions and an excellent opportunity to reflect on how ecosystem services science and practice need to actively work with and within individuals and communities who depend on nature for their well-being.


Alessia Chelli: “Including the spatial and temporal dimension in the economic assessment of Nature-based Soultions: preliminary insights from the literature” (Session T13a).

Erica Bruno: ” Assess the ecosystem condition of vacant lots for enhancing ES provision of green infrastructure: the case study of Northern Miland intermunicipal area” (Session T17a).

Francesco Sica: “Reviewing condition indicators for urban ecosystem accounting” (Session T17a).

Jarumi Kato Huerta: “Environmental Justice and Ecosystem Services: where we come from, where we are, and where we are going” (Session T20a)

Maria Susana Orta Ortiz: “Simulating nature-based solutions and assessing cumulative impacts at the city scale: a case study in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain” (Session B10).


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