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Theoretical discussion on economic valuation of greeness: from ecosystem services to green infrastructures

Abstract : Considering the current concern about greenness and the protection of nature, this paper discusses firstly the potential of economic valuation in order to understand the value of natural greenness, i.e. biodiversity and the value of manmade greenness such as green infrastructure. Economic valuation aims to estimate the cost of ecosystem services degradation and helps promote a better understanding and valuation of biodiversity in the management of effective policies for "green" protection. In the second part of the paper, economic valuation techniques, in particular stated preferences techniques, are applied to green infrastructure project.
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Allyson Marek, Christelle Viaud-Mouclier, Jean-Marie Halleux, G. Devillet. Theoretical discussion on economic valuation of greeness: from ecosystem services to green infrastructures. 9th International conference of territorial intelligence, ENTI, Strasbourg 2010., Nov 2010, Strasbourg, France. 10p. ⟨halshs-00770900⟩

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