Written by Mairi Dupar. Reviewed by: Steve Bass, Georgina Mace, Alessandro Moscuzza and Kate Schreckenberg.
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ESPA (2018) An environment for wellbeing: Pathways out of poverty – Policy messages from the ESPA programme. Edinburgh: Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation.
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Home page: African girls and women sorting coffee beans, East Africa. © Bartosz Hadyniak/istockphoto.com
Executive summary: Mairi Dupar/ESPA; Neil Palmer/CIAT.
Part I: Mairi Dupar/ESPA; Ollivier Girard/CIFOR;
Part II: Tim Cronin/CIFOR; Fish market in Bangladesh. Sailors on boats. Bangladesh, Dhaka. Popova Marina/Shutterstock.com; Panorama of Semien mountains and valley around Lalibela Ethiopia. HomoCosmicos/istockphoto.com; SPDA;
Part III: Jitendra Raj Bajracharya/ICIMOD; Ollivier Girard/CIFOR.