Sharing Ecosystem Services: Building More Sustainable and Resilient Society

Sharing Ecosystem Services: Building More Sustainable and Resilient Society, ed. Saito, Osamu (Singapore: Springer Singapore, 2019).

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  • Editor Saito, Osamu
    Title Sharing Ecosystem Services: Building More Sustainable and Resilient Society
    Series Title Science for Sustainable Societies
    Publication Date 2019
    Place of Publication Singapore
    Publisher Springer Singapore
    Edition First Edition
    Pages VI, 265
    Language eng
    Abstract Using “the sharing paradigm” as a guiding concept, this book demonstrates that “sharing” has much greater potential to make rural society resilient, sustainable and inclusive through enriching all four sharing dimensions: informal, mediated, communal and commercial sharing. The chapters are divided into two parts, one that focuses on case studies of the sharing ecosystem services in Japan, the other on case studies from around the world including in the regions of Africa, Asia-Pacific, South America and Europe. Reflecting the recent growing attention to sharing concept and its application to economic and urban context, this publication explores opportunities and challenges to build more resilient and sustainable society in harmony with nature by critical examination of sharing practices in rural landscapes and seascapes around the world. This book introduces not only traditional communal and non-market sharing practices in different rural areas, but also new forms of sharing through integration of traditional practices and modern science and technologies.
    UNBIS Thesaurus RURAL DEVELOPMENT
    SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE
    Keyword Sustainability
    Resilience
    Ecosystem Services
    Copyright Holder Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9789811380662
    9789811380679
    DOI 10.1007/978-981-13-8067-9
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