The study sets out to identify GM’s priority Ecosystem Services (ESS), the benefits that people derive from the natural environment. As well as mapping these ESSs, the study also sets out to identify pinch points, issues which are critical to the ESS and which need to be addressed in order for those services to be maximised.  These pinch points are potentially wide ranging, from spatial issues such as rivers that act as barriers to recreation, or even areas which are prone to flooding which can stifle local economic development.

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The study sets out to identify GM’s priority Ecosystem Services (ESS), the benefits that people derive from the natural environment. As well as mapping these ESSs, the study also sets out […]

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