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Participatory scenario planning to envision the future of Mediterranean cultural landscapes

Mediterranean cultural landscapes are currently undergoing intense transformations, resulting in a polarization of land uses across an intensification-abandonment continuum. The study focuses on a particular multifunctional Mediterranean landscape composed of different land uses (i.e., dehesa landscape, olive groves, pine forests, Mediterranean forests).

The aim of the scenario analysis combined with a Social Multicriteria Evaluation is to assess, through a participatory process, likely future scenarios under different drivers of land-use change, analysing how such changes would affect people living or making use of key ecosystem services, such as agriculture and livestock production, soil conservation, pollination, provision of habitats, traditional ecological knowledge.

Project facts

Spain

Jaén

2014

Submitted by:

Federica Ravera, José A. González, Rodrigo Martínez-Sastre

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How to cite this page:

Federica Ravera, José A. González, Rodrigo Martínez-Sastre

Participatory scenario planning to envision the future of Mediterranean cultural landscapes

Resources

Martínez-Sastre R, Ravera F, González JA, López Santiago C, Bidegain I, Munda B, 2017 Mediterranean landscapes under change: Combining social multicriteria evaluation and the ecosystem services framework for land use planning. Land Use Policy 67; 472-486

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Martinez-Sastre et al 2017

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