The Centre for Environmental Management

environment scene

The Centre for Environmental Management (CEM) undertakes research and training at the interface of people and our environment. Its work explores ways of identifying the choices we face in developing and implementing strategies for a sustainable future.

CEM draws upon its expertise in ecology, landscape ecology, planning and policy to explore issues of sustainable landscape development and the management of ecosystem services. The work seeks to combine an understanding of biophysical processes and socio-cultural context to examine the options and constraints for policy development and spatial and environmental planning.

Handbook of Ecosystem Services now out -
Co-edited by CEM members

First Review of Handbook available

Routledge Handbook of Ecosystem Services

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Trends in Ecology and Evolution

“Has the concept of Ecosystem Services
been oversold” a debate in TREE