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Integrating stakeholder perspectives into environmental planning through social valuation of ecosystem services: Guidance and Prototype Applications
Collier, Marcus
Social – or socio-cultural – valuation of ecosystem services is the process of discovering what ecosystem services people value and how important they are to them. In this document, you find guidance to set up your own social valuation study and a illustrative prototype applications to learn from. These prototype applications are based on close collaboration between researchers and practitioners in exemplary case studies funded by the FP7 project OPERAs.
Keyword(s): Afforestation; Agriculture; Alien invasive species; Benefits; Aquaculture; Bequest value; Biodiversity; Bioenergy/biofuel; Carbon sequestration; Catchment Ecosystem Services; Smart & Sustainable Planet; Land Use Planning/Policy; PLANNING; SOCIAL; Social Policy; Stakeholder Management; ecosystem services; socio-cultural ecosystem services; stakeholder; Community
Publication Date:
2017
Type: Report
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Language(s): English
Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Citation(s): Walz, A., Schmidt, K., Noebel, R., Bullock, C., Cojocaru, G., Collier, M.J., de Vries Lentsch, A., Dyankov, A., Ingwall-King, L., Joyce, D., Lascurain, J., Lavorel, S., Marba, N., Metzger, M., Rosário, A. Ruiz-Frau, I., Santos-Reis, M., Scholte, S., Integrating stakeholder perspectives into environmental planning through social valuation of ecosystem services: Guidance and Prototype Applications, OPERAs Project, February, 2017, 29
Publisher(s): OPERAs Project
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