Sue Stolton is a cofounder of Equilibrium Research and a member of the IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas and the IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic, and Social Policy. Her current main areas of research interest include protected areas and organic agriculture. Since the mid-1990s much of her work has focused on the management effectiveness of protected areas and developing the “arguments for protection” project with WWF and partners.

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The world is currently facing a paradox: the true value of ecosystem services is finally being recognized by governments and intergovernmental bodies at the very time that these services are declining more rapidly than ever before. The total economic value of ecosystem services is estimated in terms of tens of trillions of dollars every year, …

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