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Stakeholder perspectives crucial for mainstreaming ecosystem services in development planning
28-October-2014

Nature provides us with benefits such as fresh water, food, climate regulation, nutrient recycling and a sense of place. These benefits, also known as “ecosystem services”, are critical for our well-being and underpin any future development.

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C·I·B authors contribute to book on invasive species and climate change
20-October-2014

Researchers at the Centre for Invasion Biology (C·I·B) are among the contributors to a new academic textbook that examines what will happen to invasive species with current and expected man-made climate change.

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C·I·B Partners Conference celebrates successful partnerships
13-October-2014

It is ten years since the launch of the C·I·B in September 2004, and last month we held our first Partners Conference in Stellenbosch to celebrate the success of our current partnerships and to explore new areas of collaboration.

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Developing invasive species watch lists for resource poor nations
30-September-2014

Invasive species risk assessments have been developed to identify species that pose an invasion risk. Unfortunately, risk assessments tend to be expensive and time consuming, and due to a lack of resources…

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