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Type: Artigo
Title: Linking biodiversity, ecosystem services, and human well-being: three challenges for designing research for sustainability
Author: Bennett, Elena M.
Cramer, Wolfgang
Begossi, Alpina
Cundill, Georgina
Diaz, Sandra
Egoh, Benis N.
Geijzendorffer, Ilse R.
Krug, Cornelia B.
Lavorel, Sandra
Lazos, Elena
Lebel, Louis
Martin-Lopez, Berta
Meyfroidt, Patrick
Mooney, Harold A.
Nel, Jeanne L.
Pascual, Unai
Payet, Karine
Perez Harguindeguy, Natalia
Peterson, Garry D.
Prieur-Richard, Anne-Hele Ne
Reyers, Belinda
Roebeling, Peter
Seppelt, Ralf
Solan, Martin
Tschakert, Petra
Tscharntke, Teja
Turner II, B. L.
Verburg, Peter H.
Viglizzo, Ernesto F.
White, Piran C. L.
Woodward, Guy
Abstract: Ecosystem services have become a mainstream concept for the expression of values assigned by people to various functions of ecosystems. Even though the introduction of the concept has initiated a vast amount of research, progress in using this knowledge for sustainable resource use remains insufficient. We see a need to broaden the scope of research to answer three key questions that we believe will improve incorporation of ecosystem service research into decision-making for the sustainable use of natural resources to improve human well-being: (i) how are ecosystem services co-produced by social-ecological systems, (ii) who benefits from the provision of ecosystem services, and (iii) what are the best practices for the governance of ecosystem services? Here, we present these key questions, the rationale behind them, and their related scientific challenges in a globally coordinated research programme aimed towards improving sustainable ecosystem management. These questions will frame the activities of ecoSERVICES, formerly a DIVERSITAS project and now a project of Future Earth, in its role as a platform to foster global coordination of multidisciplinary sustainability science through the lens of ecosystem services
Subject: Terra - Uso
Biodiversidade
Serviços ambientais
Sustentabilidade
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: Elsevier
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.cosust.2015.03.007
Address: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1877343515000366
Date Issue: 2015
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