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      We agree with Larkin et al. 2019: Restoration is context specific 

      Jones, H.P.; Jones, P.C.; Barbier, E.B.; Blackburn, R.C.; Rey, Benayas, J.M.; Holl, K.D.; McCrackin, M.; Meli, P.; Montoya, D.; Mateos, D.M. (Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 2019)
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      What can conservation strategies learn from the ecosystem services approach? Insights from ecosystem assessments in two Spanish protected areas 

      García Llorente, Marina.; Harrison, P.A.; Berry, P.; Palomo, Ignacio; Gómez Baggethun, Erik; Iniesta Arandia, Irene.; Montes del Olmo, Carlos.; García del Amo, David; Martín López, Berta (Springer, 2018)
      Biodiversity conservation strategies that overlook the interests of local people are prone to create conflicts. The ecosystem service approach holds potential for more comprehensively integrating the social dimension into ...
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      When we cannot have it all: Ecosystem services trade-offs in the context of spatial planning 

      Turkelboom, F.; Leone, M.; Jacobs, S.; Kelemen, E.; García-Llorente, M.; Baró, F.; Termansen, M.; Barton, D.N.; Berry, P.; Stange, E.; Thoonen, M.; Kalóczkai, Á.; Vadineanu, A.; Castro, A.J.; Czúcz, B.; Röckmann, C.; Wurbs, D.; Odee, D.; Preda, E.; Gómez-Baggethun, E.; Rusch, G.M.; Pastur, G.M.; Palomo, I.; Dick, J.; Casaer, J.; van Dijk, J.; Priess, J.A.; Langemeyer, J.; Mustajoki, J.; Kopperoinen, L.; Baptist, M.J.; Peri, P.L.; Mukhopadhyay, R.; Aszalós, R.; Roy, S.B.; Luque, S.; Rusch, V. (Elsevier, 2018)
      Spatial planning has to deal with trade-offs between various stakeholders wishes and needs as part of planning and management of landscapes, natural resources and/or biodiversity. To make ecosystem services (ES) trade-off ...
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      Why do some economies benefit more from climate finance than others? A case study on North-to-South financial flows 

      Román, M.V.; Arto, I.; Ansuategi Cobo, José Alberto (The International Input Output Association, 2018)
      The Copenhagen and Paris Agreements, in which developed countries committed to mobilise USD 100 billion a year by 2020, indicate that climate finance will continue to grow. Even though economic development is not the aim ...