Intersections of ecosystem services and common-pool resources literature: An interdisciplinary encounter

Romina Rodela*, Catherine May Tucker, Mateja Šmid-Hribar, Maurizia Sigura, Nevenka Bogataj, Mimi Urbanc, Alexey Gunya

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Abstract

Interdisciplinary research is understood to be the preferred way for scientific research to deepen understanding about environmental issues and challenges for sustainability. Two well-defined interdisciplinairy research fields, Ecosystems services (ES) and Common-pool resources (CPR), have taken different approaches that integrate the natural and social sciences to address environmental conundrums collaboratively. Several recent studies bring together insight from each, yet little is known about the breadth or directions, of the interdisciplinary conversation between the two fields of research. Moreover, the potential of this interaction to advance theory and practice relevant for sustainability is underexplored. The purpose of this study is to fill this gap by addressing three questions: 1) What are the motives for the interaction between CPR and ES fields?, 2) How are these two fields of research interacting?, and 3) How does the interaction of CPR and ES contribute to research on sustainability? We conducted a systematic map to identify, select, describe and analyse research of our interest. We mapped out motivations for researchers to bring together insights from these two lines of inquiry and examined how they are doing so.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)72-81
JournalEnvironmental Science and Policy
Volume94
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2019

Keywords

  • Common-pool resources
  • Commons
  • Ecosystem services
  • Interdisciplinarity
  • Sustainability
  • Systematic map

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