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July 14 2011

FEEM Seminar "Filling the gap between academic research and business decision making: the case of the corporate ecosystem evaluation"



Can we make business more sustainable? Informing business decisions about the effects of business activities on ecosystem services is crucial to enhance more sustainable business strategies.

The analysis of the Corporate Ecosystem Valuation (CEV) process  - aimed at better-informing business decisions by explicitly estimating the effects of the business activity on ecosystem services (ES) - is the focus of this week FEEM seminar, "Filling the gap between academic research and business decision making: the case of the corporate ecosystem evaluation", by FEEM researchers Paolo Cominetti and Simone Cerroni.


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