Spring 2019: Managing agriculture’s ecosystem services

Spring 2019: Managing agriculture’s ecosystem services

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The Spring Journal outlines what ecosystem services are, how they might be delivered and examines the potential for what will essentially be a new sector for Australian agriculture. Ecosystem services provide the opportunity for new sources of income and incentivisation for protection of Australian agriculture’s natural capital. However, there are pitfalls in supporting and enabling legislation that need to be carefully managed and further research is required to provide the confidence for all stakeholders to participate and realise that value.

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