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Annals Paper is Highlighted in the E.C. Publication Science for Environment Policy

A paper published in "The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 2009," has been distributed to European Commission policymakers.

Published May 03, 2010

The European Commission's publication, Science for Environment Policy, has highlighted a paper published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. The paper, "A Critical Analysis of Ecosystem Services as a Tool in Conservation Projects: The Possible Perils, the Promises, and the Partnerships," by Rebecca L. Goldman and Heather Tallis, was published online in the Annals online on April 21, 2009. It was part of the Annals Volume 1162, "The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 2009.”

Science for Environment Policy is the European Commission's environmental news service for policy makers and is distributed to more than 11,000 subscribers. The publication provides rapid and easy access to the latest policy-relevant scientific research. Tailored to the needs of policy makers, the service provides short news reports that place new scientific research in a policy context, facilitating direct links between environmental policy and research.