The ecological research needs of business

Show simple item record Armsworth, Paul R. Armsworth, Anastasia N. Compton, Natalie Cottle, Phil Davies, Ian Emmett, Bridget A. Fandrich, Vanessa Foote, Matthew Gaston, Kevin J. Gardiner, Phil Hess, Tim M. Hopkins, John Horsley, Nick Leaver, Natasha Maynard, Trevor Shannon, Delia 2011-09-12T14:35:35Z 2011-09-12T14:35:35Z 2010-04
dc.identifier.citation Paul R. Armsworth, Anastasia N. Armsworth, Natalie Compton, et al., The ecological research needs of business, Journal of Applied Ecology, Vol 47, issue 2, April 2010, pp235-243 en_UK
dc.identifier.issn 0021-8901
dc.description.abstract Businesses have an unrivalled ability to mobilize human, physical and financial capital, often manage large land holdings, and draw on resources and supply products that impact a wide array of ecosystems. Businesses therefore have the potential to make a substantial contribution to arresting declines in biodiversity and ecosystem services. To realize this potential, businesses require support from researchers in applied ecology to inform how they measure and manage their impacts on, and opportunities presented to them by, biodiversity and ecosystem services. en_UK
dc.language.iso en en_UK
dc.publisher Wiley-Blackwell en_UK
dc.subject applied ecology en_UK
dc.subject biodiversity en_UK
dc.subject business en_UK
dc.subject corporate social responsibility en_UK
dc.subject ecosystem function en_UK
dc.subject ecosystem services en_UK
dc.subject insurance en_UK
dc.subject knowledge exchange en_UK
dc.subject manufacturing en_UK
dc.subject mining en_UK
dc.title The ecological research needs of business en_UK
dc.type Article en_UK

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