Person who carries out one or more of the activities in the system.
A precise rule (or set of rules) for solving a problem.
A non-use value element of total economic value. The value that individuals derive from knowing that a resource will be available for others (of the current generation).
The step in the SAF that implements system appraisal
The assessment of ecosystem services intends to trace back and forth the dependences of human wellbeing to ecosystem components, processes and functions. The assessment can include any kind of available knowledge on these. It can take the shape of narratives, illustration, quantification, conceptual or simulation models…
A statement that is used as the premise of a particular argument but may not be otherwise accepted
Behaviour in which individuals and households insulate themselves from a non-market bad (for instance to avoid or mitigate the impacts of pollution) by selecting more costly types of behaviour. These behaviours might be more costly in terms of the time requirements they imply, of the restrictions they impose on what the individual would otherwise wish to do, or because of the purchase of a market good.