Multi-Scale Sustainability Evaluation A framework for the derivation and quantification of indicators for natural resource management systems

@inproceedings{Werf2005MultiScaleSE,
  title={Multi-Scale Sustainability Evaluation A framework for the derivation and quantification of indicators for natural resource management systems},
  author={Hayo M. G. van der Werf},
  year={2005}
}
The use of indicators for sustainability evaluation has been recognized as an important step towards operationalization of the concepts of sustainability and sustainable development. In the context of Natural Resource Management Systems (NRMS), one of the main methodological challenges, which is the objective of this thesis, is the development of a methodological framework for sustainability evaluation via indicators at different scales of analysis (e.g. farm household and region). In this… CONTINUE READING

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