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Boisvert Valérie, Tordjman H., Thomas Frédéric. (2015). Business for biodiversity and ecosystem services. In : Morand S. (ed.), Dujardin Jean-Pierre (ed.), Lefait-Robin R. (ed.), Apiwathnasorn C. (ed.) Socio-ecological dimensions of infectious diseases in Southeast Asia. Singapour : Springer, 295-305. ISBN 978-981-287-526-6

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Titre
Business for biodiversity and ecosystem services
Année de publication2015
Type de documentPartie d'ouvrage
AuteursBoisvert Valérie, Tordjman H., Thomas Frédéric.
InMorand S. (ed.), Dujardin Jean-Pierre (ed.), Lefait-Robin R. (ed.), Apiwathnasorn C. (ed.) Socio-ecological dimensions of infectious diseases in Southeast Asia
SourceSingapour : Springer, 2015, p. 295-305. ISBN 978-981-287-526-6
RésuméSince the end of the 1980s, conservation policies have focused on the search for market solutions to environmental problems. Several attempts have been made over years to turn various parts or facets of nature into economic assets, from genetic resources through ecosystem services. Similarly, several types of institutional arrangements have been in turn presented as markets. The relative failure of these tentative market policies has just led to shifts from one aspect or component of biodiversity to others and to the adoption of new 'business models' as previous arrangements proved ineffective. The latest product of this speculation surrounding nature is attached to ecosystem services that have become an inclusive framework encompassing most environmental issues (climate change, desertification, soil erosion, water, biodiversity, etc.). The concept of ecosystem services has begun spreading after the release of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment by the mid 2000s. This notion was formed at the interface of science and policy and is grounded neither in ecological nor in economic theories. Setting back ecosystem services in the history of environmental and ecological economics enables to restore the cognitive background from which this notion emerged and to explain both its hegemony and its impacts. Indeed, in line with green economy, it conveys a vision of nature as exempt from any conflict and danger and is quite positive about the feasibility of a harmonious combination of human activities and environmental protection, sustained by market development. It does not provide an adequate framework to deal with vulnerability and risk.
Plan de classementSciences du milieu [021] ; Développement économique / Aménagement du territoire [095] ; Economie et sociologie rurale [098]
LocalisationFonds IRD [F A010065580] ; Montpellier (Maison des Sciences de l'Eau)
Identifiant IRDfdi:010065589
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010065589

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