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Category Text Publication
Reference Category Book chapters
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-96229-0_47
Title (Primary) Introduction to part IV: Societal responses
Title (Secondary) Atlas of ecosystem services : drivers, risks, and societal responses
Author Schröter, M.
Publisher Schröter, M.; Bonn, A.; Klotz, S.; Seppelt, R.; Baessler, C.
Year 2019
Department CLE; iDiv
Page From 311
Page To 313
Language englisch
Keywords Policy instruments; Governance; Distribution; Management; Demand
UFZ inventory Leipzig, Bibliothek, Hauptlesesaal, 00528047, 19-0075 DK: 575.858 Atl
Abstract This part of The Atlas of Ecosystem Services focuses on the types of societal responses to addressing drivers and risks to ecosystems, as well as on societal demand and dependence on ecosystem services (Fig. 47.1). Society is affected by changes in ecosystem services provision that occur because of drivers affecting ecosystems and because of trade-offs between different ecosystem services. This has implications for human wellbeing and values [1, 2]. In response to these implications, different forms of land management can be triggered which either affect ecosystem properties [3] or target the management of different drivers [4]. In this context, the search for suitable governance options is considered one of the most pressing research challenges in the field of ecosystem services [5]. While work in this field has often aimed for providing additional arguments for conservation and hence decision-making [6], there have been few examples of how such information actually feeds in decision-making processes leading to societal responses to ecosystem service risks. Providing policy-relevant ecosystem service information tailored for decision-making processes has so far not been a focus in ecosystem service research [7, 8].
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Schröter, M. (2019):
Introduction to part IV: Societal responses
In: Schröter, M., Bonn, A., Klotz, S., Seppelt, R., Baessler, C. (eds.)
Atlas of ecosystem services : drivers, risks, and societal responses
Springer International Publishing, Cham, p. 311 - 313