Nine innovation cases conducted in different economic, social and legal contexts are used to empirically test the effectiveness of the new contractual frameworks. They are co-designed and developed with local stakeholders, in order to reconcile farmers’ activities with the achievement of public benefits for the entire society.
Enhancing Spatial Coordination in Payment for Ecosystem Services Schemes with Non-Pecuniary Preferences
Are monetary incentives the best way to achieve land spatial coordination in ecosystem services? A new experiment measures the impact of non- pecuniary motives in land owners’ decisions.
Standardized response signatures of functional traits pinpoint limiting ecological filters during the migration of forest plant species into wooded corridors
Developing a new set of quantitative metrics to effectively measure the functionality of green lines as dispersal corridors for forest-dwelling plant species