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Integrating Ecosystem Services values for sustainability? Evidence from the Belgium Ecosystem Services community of practice

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Integrating Ecosystem Services values for sustainability? Evidence from the Belgium Ecosystem Services community of practice. / Dendoncker, Nicolas; Turkelboom, Francis; Boeraeve, Fanny; Boerema, Annelies; Broekx, Steven; Fontaine, Corentin; Demeyer, Rolinde; De Vreese, Rik; Devillet, Guénaël; Keune, Hans; Janssens, Lieve; Liekens, Inge; Lord-Tarte, Evelyne; Popa, Florin; Simoens, Ilse; Smeets, Nele; Ulenaers, Paula; Van Herzele, Ann; Van Tichelen, Katia; Jacobs, Sander.

In: Ecosystem Services, Vol. 31, Part A, 06.2018, blz. 68-76.

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Dendoncker, N, Turkelboom, F, Boeraeve, F, Boerema, A, Broekx, S, Fontaine, C, Demeyer, R, De Vreese, R, Devillet, G, Keune, H, Janssens, L, Liekens, I, Lord-Tarte, E, Popa, F, Simoens, I, Smeets, N, Ulenaers, P, Van Herzele, A, Van Tichelen, K & Jacobs, S 2018, 'Integrating Ecosystem Services values for sustainability? Evidence from the Belgium Ecosystem Services community of practice', Ecosystem Services, vol. 31, Part A, blz. 68-76. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2018.03.006

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Dendoncker, Nicolas ; Turkelboom, Francis ; Boeraeve, Fanny ; Boerema, Annelies ; Broekx, Steven ; Fontaine, Corentin ; Demeyer, Rolinde ; De Vreese, Rik ; Devillet, Guénaël ; Keune, Hans ; Janssens, Lieve ; Liekens, Inge ; Lord-Tarte, Evelyne ; Popa, Florin ; Simoens, Ilse ; Smeets, Nele ; Ulenaers, Paula ; Van Herzele, Ann ; Van Tichelen, Katia ; Jacobs, Sander. / Integrating Ecosystem Services values for sustainability? Evidence from the Belgium Ecosystem Services community of practice. In: Ecosystem Services. 2018 ; Vol. 31, Part A. blz. 68-76.

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AU - Boeraeve, Fanny

AU - Boerema, Annelies

AU - Broekx, Steven

AU - Fontaine, Corentin

AU - Demeyer, Rolinde

AU - De Vreese, Rik

AU - Devillet, Guénaël

AU - Keune, Hans

AU - Janssens, Lieve

AU - Liekens, Inge

AU - Lord-Tarte, Evelyne

AU - Popa, Florin

AU - Simoens, Ilse

AU - Smeets, Nele

AU - Ulenaers, Paula

AU - Van Herzele, Ann

AU - Van Tichelen, Katia

AU - Jacobs, Sander

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