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The Irish Forum for Natural Capital, established only two years ago, is making rapid progress in mainstreaming the concept to national policy-makers, to ENGOs, and (more slowly!) to Irish businesses. (RNC member Paddy Woodworth is a founder member and is on the Steering Committee.)


Rays of Hope from the Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens, following its recent meeting in Amman, Jordan

 
Tariq Abu Taleb, James Aronson and Kirsty Shaw on behalf of the Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens
 
Restoration Ecology doi: 10.1111/rec.12380
 

James Aronson
Chercheur - Centre d’écologiefonctionnelle et évolutive, Montpellier.
Missouri BotanicalGarden, USA.
ja20202@gmail.com
EspacesNATURELS - Janvier 2010 • n°29

Natural capital is steadily – but not before time! – moving into the mainstream as a concept that is becoming operationalised in Ireland, Paddy Woodworth reports from Dublin.

Le Floc’h, E. & J. Aronson 2013. Les Arbres des Déserts. Enjeux et promesses. Actes Sud, Arles, France.

Bugalho MN, Caldeira MC, Pereira JS, Aronson J, & Pausas JG. 2011. Mediterranean Cork oak savannas require human use to sustain biodiversity and ecosystem services. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9: 278-286. [ doi | pdf ] [Podcast 12:12m] [www.frontiersinecology.org]

The Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens: A New Initiative Takes Root

Author James Aronson and on behalf of The ERA of Botanic Gardens

NOVEMBER 2014 Restoration Ecology Vol. 22, No. 6, pp. 713–715