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Servizi ecosistemici, servizio idrico integrato e componenti tariffarie: l’opportunità dei Payments for Ecosystem Services

  • Andrea Sbandati

Having defined the possible relationships between ecosystem services and local public services, the text focuses on the integrated water service, illustrating the regulatory tools that contemplate the "environmental and resource costs" that each user must bear as a principle. A wide examination of national and international cases on the use of Payments for Ecosystem Services for the management of water in a multifunctional perspective highlights the opportunity to raise this tariff component to finance ecosystem services in the territorial field.

  • Keywords:
  • public services,
  • integrated water service,
  • water,
  • Water Framework Directive,
  • PES,
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Andrea Sbandati

ConfServizi CISPEL Toscana, Italy

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Chapter Title

Servizi ecosistemici, servizio idrico integrato e componenti tariffarie: l’opportunità dei Payments for Ecosystem Services

Authors

Andrea Sbandati

DOI

10.36253/978-88-5518-050-4.14

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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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