A Greener Future: Leveraging Ecosystem Services in Sustainable Landscape and City Management – Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

earth and environment

As global climate change and other major environmental threats advance, scientists are looking for ways to evaluate sustainable solutions for energy, agriculture and city management. Ecosystem services are benefits provided to humans by nature, and over the past two decades researchers have begun refining ways to assess the value of these services compared to human-made options. Dr Benedetto Rugani and his team are developing novel ways to assess ecosystem services and advance the use of nature-based solutions in urban areas.

You may also like …

Somewhere outside the rainbow – Kimberly Kowal Arcand

...
Listen

Tracking the Source of Mountain Streamflow – Dr Stephanie Kampf

...
Listen

Improving Plant Disease Resistance Can Nanoparticles Deliver – Dr Wade H Elmer

...
Listen

Growing Better Salmon Balancing Economics with Environmental Impact

...
Listen

Exploring How the Lower Atmosphere Influences Space Weather – Prof Jeffrey M. Forbes, University of Colorado

...
Listen

The Chicken in the Egg: Hacking Early Development to Improve Adult Chicken Health – Dr E. David Peebles, Mississippi State University

...
Listen

Protecting US Rice with Integrated Pest Management Strategies – Drs Michael Stout and Blake Wilson, Louisiana State University

US...
Listen

Catching the Wind: Understanding the Dynamics of Renewable Energy – Dr Glen Whitehouse, Continuum Dynamics, Inc.

As...
Listen

The Farmer and the Rancher

A...
Listen

Cleaning Up a Catastrophe – Professor Peter H. Santschi, Texas A&M University

...
Listen

Negative Ion Formation in Complex Heavy Systems – Dr Alfred Msezane, Clark Atlanta University

...
Listen

Investigating Cosmic Snowballs – Professor David Jewitt, University of California, Los Angeles

...
Listen

Modelling Shock Waves and Particle Interactions in High-Speed Flows – Professor Gustaaf Jacobs, San Diego State University

...
Listen

Cell Physics, Understanding How Biological Matter Self-Organises – The Collaborative Research Centre SFB 1027 at the Saarland University

The...
Listen

Metal Transport Unlocks Routes to New Antibiotics – Dr Albert Guskov, University of Groningen

...
Listen

Supernova-accelerated Electrons to Dark Matter – Professor Dr Uli Klein, University of Bonn

...
Listen

A Rare Universe? The Multiverse Debate Through the Lens of Philosophy – Dr Simon Friederich, University of Groningen

How...
Listen

Tensor Networks Untangling the Mysteries of Quantum Systems – Dr Román Orús, Johannes Guttenberg Universität

For...
Listen

Collaborating for a Cleaner Future – Dr Justyna Widera-Kalinowska, Adelphi University

The...
Listen

A Bright Family of Quantum Defects – Dr YuHuang Wang, University of Maryland

...
Listen

Improving Plant Disease Resistance Can Nanoparticles Deliver – Dr Wade H Elmer

...
Listen

Mechanobiology – Exploring the Mechanics of Cell Behaviour – Professor Taher Saif and Dr Andrew W. Holle

...
Listen

The Chicken in the Egg: Hacking Early Development to Improve Adult Chicken Health – Dr E. David Peebles, Mississippi State University

...
Listen

Protecting US Rice with Integrated Pest Management Strategies – Drs Michael Stout and Blake Wilson, Louisiana State University

US...
Listen

Disarming Bacterial Virulence – Professor Roy Michael Robins-Browne

...
Listen

Putting Life in Context – Professor Julio Collado-Vides, National Autonomous University of Mexico

How...
Listen

Count Down to the Future – Meg Cheng-Campbell, Ryan T. Scott, Samantha Torres, Matthew Murray, Eric Moyer – NASA Ames Research Center

At...
Listen

Monitoring and Controlling the Delivery of Single Molecules through Nanopores – Drs Daniel Burden and Lisa Burden, Wheaton College

...
Listen

Fighting Endemic Parasites New Technologies to Solve Old Challenges – Dr Paul Slusarewicz, MEP Equine Solutions LLC

...
Listen

Bugs are Friends Taking an Ecosystem View on Forest Health – Professor Timothy D. Schowalter, Louisiana State University

...
Listen