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Indicators of Ecosystem Services for Policy Makers in the Netherlands

  • Bart de KnegtEmail author
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Abstract

Nature supplies many useful goods and services to our society.

Keywords

Natural capital Supply Demand Use Trend Import Technical alternatives Unfulfilled demand 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Wageningen Environmental ResearchWageningen University & ResearchWageningenThe Netherlands

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