ACES, A Community on Ecosystem Services, brings together government, non-governmental organization, academia, tribal, and private sector leaders to advance the use of ecosystem services and related science in conservation, restoration, resource management, and development decisions. The primary objective of ACES is to provide an open forum to discuss the latest and most innovative methods, tools, and processes for assessing ecosystem services while facilitating their effective use in planning and decision making. Individuals and stakeholders interested in resource management, restoration, conservation, and urban and non-urban development are encouraged to attend ACES.
For a glimpse into ACES and the aspects of ecosystem services being addressed by this conference, view the short video below.
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ACES 2008 Conference mentioned in “The State of Ecosystem Services” paper
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November 12, 2010
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We are pleased to announce that ACES 2010 will be a carbon neutral event thanks to the generous contribution of DuPont. ACES will be supporting the Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge Reforestation Project.
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