Well-designed monitoring systems are essential if we are to better understand and track changes in the connections between people and the environment. Current monitoring systems fail to do this adequately. This Pursuit focuses on advancing ecosystem services monitoring to better reflect vital connections at several levels. The project will utilize household surveys and censuses, in-situ observations, and national indicators as data sources. Close engagement with management and stakeholder communities will ensure that scientifically robust standards produced over the course of the project will lead to strengthened management of the interactions between humans and the environment.
|Resource Title||Brief Summary|
|Towards integrated social–ecological sustainability indicators: Exploring the contribution and gaps in existing global data||
Oct 01, 2015
Article published in the Ecological Economics.
|Setting the bar: Standards for ecosystem services||
Jun 16, 2015
Article published in PNAS.
|Essential Variables help to focus Sustainable Development Goals monitoring||
Jun 15, 2017
Article published in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.
|Social-ecological systems approaches||
Apr 27, 2018
Chapter published in Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation.