The European Commission featured a story about AfricanBioServices on their web site.
“Environmental imperatives aside, healthy ecosystems and rich biodiversity are essential to human populations too! This is especially true in developing countries, where more people rely directly on ‘ecosystem services’ for their livelihoods. But little is known about the complex links between human well-being and the state of biodiversity and ecosystems. An EU-backed international study takes up the challenge principally in Tanzania and Kenya.”
Read the whole story:
Flagship ecosystems… serve nature ‘and’ people