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Commodification o giustizia ambientale? I PES come strumento di governance del valore della natura

  • Davide Marino

Having defined the fundamental concepts related to the debate on ecosystem services within the framework of Socio-Ecological Systems, and starting from a critique of GDP and traditional accounting systems, new tools and methodologies functional to measuring the well-being and wealth of society are illustrated, which include the accounting of natural capital and associated ecosystem services. The PES (Payments for Ecosystem Services) tool is studied in detail and the possibility of using it for territorial rebalancing and social justice purposes is analysed.

  • Keywords:
  • Natural Capital,
  • Payments for Ecosystem Services,
  • Socio-Ecological System (SES),
  • economic assessment of the environment,
  • Capitalocene,
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Davide Marino

University of Molise, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0003-2471-6612

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Chapter Title

Commodification o giustizia ambientale? I PES come strumento di governance del valore della natura

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Davide Marino

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10.36253/978-88-5518-050-4.11

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2020

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Book Title

I servizi ecosistemici nella pianificazione bioregionale

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Daniela Poli

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152

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2020

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Firenze University Press

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