Mountain Ecosystem Services: Who Cares?

@inproceedings{GrtRegamey2012MountainES,
  title={Mountain Ecosystem Services: Who Cares?},
  author={Adrienne Gr{\^e}t-Regamey and Sibyl Hanna Brunner and Felix Kienast},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract Mountain regions provide diverse goods and services to human society. At the same time, mountain ecosystems are sensitive to rapid global development. Over the past 2 decades the number of papers mentioning “ecosystem services” (ESS) has risen exponentially. While the concept holds great potential to improve the societal relevance of conservation efforts, it is at risk of dying of misuse and reduction to a buzzword. The definitions of the term often compete and the utility of the… CONTINUE READING

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