Call for Proposals: Emerging Methods for Business & Biodiversity

Methods in Ecology and Evolution is looking for paper proposals for a Special Feature on emerging methods for business and biodiversity. This Special Feature aims to explore how the scientific community is responding to the need by both the private and public sector to measure and report on biodiversity for multiple business-related purposes including risk disclosure, biodiversity certification, nature markets and anthropogenic impacts. Related topics include being nature positive and the nature-positive economy, the restoration economy, natural capital accounting, ecological and biodiversity modelling methodologies for application to emerging business initiatives to restore and conserve biodiversity, transdisciplinary aspects of nature-markets within ecological economics or biodiversity-related anthropogenic metrics.

Papers can be theoretical or empirical, analytical, practical, or conceptual, and should emphasise description and analysis of new methods and methodological approaches

Editors: Daniel Itzamna Avila Ortega (Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden), Sebastian Dunnett (UNEP-WCMC, UK), Sarah Luxton (CSIRO, Australia)

Please submit article proposals via the below form by the 2nd August 2024. For further information, please contact

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Special Feature: Emerging Methods for Business and Biodiversity

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