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Database and classification system of different types of Public Goods and Ecosystem Services in relation to farming/forestry systems - PEGASUS Deliverable 2.2

Marta Pérez‐Soba, Maria L. Paracchini, José I. Barredo, Giovanni Caudullo, Anouk Cormont, Anne van Doorn, Michiel van Eupen, Nuno Guiomar, Kees Hendriks, Laura M. Ayala, Gert-Jan Nabuurs, Carlo Rega, Daniele de Rigo

edited by: Marta Pérez‐Soba, Maria L. Paracchini

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Executive summary. The deliverable represents a step further towards the integrated analysis of agriculture and forestry management and ESS/PG delivery. It contains a schematic review of available information (indicators, proxies) to map ESS/PG that characterise the provision of Environmentally and Socially Beneficial Outcomes as identified in the Pegasus project. Only those ESS/PG that can be mapped through geo-spatial layers are listed. Each ESS/PG is described in detail and critically analysed, in particular with reference to its capacity to capture information of agri/forest management.
An overview of the main characteristics of identified ESS/PG shows that the majority describes potential supply, and that 70% of them are directly related to (or dependent from) management. Moreover, most of indicators and proxies are available at a spatial resolution ranging from 100 m to 1 km.
The scope of further analysis will be to identify synergies and trade-offs between PG/ESS and different types of farming and forestry systems. It will be grounded on information provided by the case study analysis carried out in WP4, and will help to disentangle the mechanisms that lead to an optimal PG/ESS provision. This includes information such as how increasing (or decreasing) productivity, or enhancing one PG/ESS will impact on other PG/ESS provided by the same area or a nearby area.
The derived information will help to assess the impact of potential farm and forestry management options and related policy measures on the delivery of PG/ESS. For example, it will help to assess the impact of sustainable management and resource efficiency in the delivery of PG/ESS by the farming and forestry systems.

Key: INRMM:14634880



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