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Assessing Socio-economic Benefits of Natura 2000 – a Case Study on the ecosystem service provided by the Sustainable Catchment Management Programme (SCaMP)

AUTHOR: R Tinch

This case study explores the different economic and social benefits (i.e. ecosystem services) Natura 2000 sites have to offer. It demonstrates how the Toolkit for Assessing Socio-economic Benefits of Natura 2000 (developed by IEEP for the European Commission) can be used in practise.

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