Mainstreaming biodiversity where it matters most

S.I.S.E. Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, E. Boelee, J. Cools, I.J. Visseren-Hamakers, L.J.W. van Hoof, O. Hospes, M. Kok, J.H.M. Peerlings, K.J. Podvin, J.P.M. van Tatenhove, C.J.A.M. Termeer

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Abstract

This report presents the result of applying the framework in five cases in or on the cross roads between agriculture, forestry and fisheries where considerable pressure on biodiversity is exerted. The cases were selected based on several criteria with the aim that they together cover as broad span as possible of: Relevance for biodiversity (from having very clear impacts to much more uncertain impacts) Governance levels (including both local, national, global levels) Governance context (type of actors, type of norms etc.) Regions (continents and eco‐climatic zones)
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen & Bilthoven
PublisherWageningen University & PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
Number of pages180
ISBN (Print)9789462573840
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Keywords

  • biodiversity
  • forestry
  • fisheries
  • palm oils
  • mangroves
  • world

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