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Ecosystem Management and SustainabilityAuthor(s): J.D. Peine; B.L. Jacobs; K.E. Franzreb; M.R. Stevens
Source: Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability 5/10: Ecosystem Management and Sustainability. p.138-142.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionEcosystem management (EM) promotes an integrated approach to environmental issues; its central goal is the protection of entire ecosystems. By focusing on an interdisciplinary solution to environmental challenges, EM can help to synthesize societal, economic scientific, and governmental goals. Furthermore, as EM becomes part of the foundation of environmental legislation, it will support and enhance the growing societal drive to protect our environment.
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CitationPeine, J.D.; Jacobs, B.L.; Franzreb, K.E.; Stevens, M.R. 2011. Ecosystem Management. In: Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability 5/10: Ecosystem Management and Sustainability.
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