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Delen van ervaringen met ecosysteemdiensten
Het laatste decennium is er een exponentiële groei in belangstelling voor het concept ecosysteemdiensten in Vlaanderen, in Nederland en ver daarbuiten. Hiertoe zijn eenvoudig een aantal oorzaken aan te wijzen. In deze notitie “Delen van ervaringen met ecosysteemdiensten” wordt het concept ecosysteemdiensten (ESD) uit de doeken gedaan.Daarnaast beschrijft het beknoptdiverse mogelijkheden om ervaringen met ecosysteemdiensten te delen. Het delen van ESD-ervaringen kan de
praktijktoepassing van het concept in Vlaanderen en Nederland verder ondersteunen.

Towards practical implementation of the ecosystem services concept in transboundary water management
Faced with the challenges of integrated (water) resources management and the increasing demand for (economical) valuation, the approach of ecosystem service (ES) gains more attention within domains dealing with natural resources management. However, there is a lack of experience how this approach can support actual water management. Therefore, the Dutch and German environmental ministries agreed with Deltares and Seeconsult to perform a pilot study to assess the practical application and value of an ecosystem services approach in regional/local water management in a transboundary study area. This report includes the results of the stakeholder interviews, a system description, the outcomes of the workshop and an outlook to the next phase.

Report Round table: Water quality and diffuse pollution resulting from dairy farming
This report describes the outcome of a round table event that brought together a range of speakers and experts that presented the latest thinking on
the issue of "Socio-economic tools supporting the Water Framework Directive implementation: possible contribution in the perspective of an ecosystem services
(ES) approach". This document reports on the round talbe session, entitled: “Water quality and diffuse pollution resulting from dairy farming”. The session started with two case presentations – one from the Netherlands and one from the UK – followed by an intense discussion. A ‘snapshot’ of the presentations as well as the key-messages from the discussions are presented in this document.

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