Ecosystem services are inclusive and deliver multiple values. A comment on the concept of nature's contributions to people

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Maes, J.; Burkhard, B.; Geneletti, D.: Ecosystem services are inclusive and deliver multiple values. A comment on the concept of nature's contributions to people. In: One Ecosystem 3 (2018), e24720. DOI. https://doi.org/10.3897/oneeco.3.e24720

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A recent policy forum article in Science by Díaz et al. (2018) introduces nature's contributions to people (NCP) as an innovative approach to inform policy and decision-making. According to the authors, the NCP concept extends beyond the notion of ecosystem services by incorporating a more inclusive and interdisciplinary approach. Here this claim is challenged. Based on our experiences in Europe, we argue that the science, policy and practice of ecosystem services have progressed much beyond a mere economic and ecological rationale.
License of this version: CC BY 4.0
Document Type: article
Publishing status: publishedVersion
Issue Date: 2018
Appears in Collections:Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät

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2 image of flag of United Kingdom United Kingdom 5 10.00%
3 image of flag of United States United States 3 6.00%
4 image of flag of France France 3 6.00%
5 image of flag of India India 2 4.00%
6 image of flag of Turkey Turkey 1 2.00%
7 image of flag of Europe Europe 1 2.00%
8 image of flag of Spain Spain 1 2.00%
9 image of flag of Canada Canada 1 2.00%
10 image of flag of Australia Australia 1 2.00%

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