Sharing ecosystem services : building more sustainable and resilient society


Sharing ecosystem services : building more sustainable and resilient society

Osamu Saito, editor

(Science for sustainable societies / editor in chief, Kazuhiko Takeuchi)

Springer, c2020

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Using "the sharing paradigm" as a guiding concept, this book demonstrates that "sharing" has much greater potential to make rural society resilient, sustainable and inclusive through enriching all four sharing dimensions: informal, mediated, communal and commercial sharing. The chapters are divided into two parts, one that focuses on case studies of the sharing ecosystem services in Japan, the other on case studies from around the world including in the regions of Africa, Asia-Pacific, South America and Europe. Reflecting the recent growing attention to sharing concept and its application to economic and urban context, this publication explores opportunities and challenges to build more resilient and sustainable society in harmony with nature by critical examination of sharing practices in rural landscapes and seascapes around the world. This book introduces not only traditional communal and non-market sharing practices in different rural areas, but also new forms of sharing through integration of traditional practices and modern science and technologies.


Part I: Introduction and Conceptual Framework Chapter 1: Research background of sharing economy Osamu Saito Chapter 2: Objective and conceptural framework Osamu Saito Part II: Case studies in Japan Chapter 3: Non-market food provision and social capital in Japan Chiho Kamiyama (UNU-IAS), Shizuka Hashimoto (The University of Tokyo), Osamu Saito Chapter 4: Non-market food provisioning services via homegardens and communal sharing in satoyama socio-ecological production landscapes on Japan's Noto peninsula Chiho Kamiyama (UNU-IAS): This chapter summarizes the research findings from Noto peninsula based on Kamiyama et al. (2016). Chapter 5: Food sharing network and resilience capacity in Hachijo island, Japan Osamu Saito Chapter 6: Shadow value and nutrition of food sharing network in Hachijo island, Japan Takanori Matsui (Osaka University), Kana Tatebayashi (The University of Tokyo), Osamu Saito Chapter 7: Sharing experiences of traditional and local knowledge in the changing socio-ecological production landscapes and seascapes Takehito Yoshida (The University of Tokyo), Ryoto Tomita (Shizuoka University Chapter 8: Sharing experiences of rural works at SELPS) Tacit knowledge at transition Ryo Kohsaka (Tohoku University) Chapter 9: Making sharing of ecosystem services and human labors work: Role of the intermediaries (tentative) Shuizuka Hashimoto et al.(The University of Tokyo) Part III: Case studies in Africa, Asia-Pacific, South America and Europe Chapter 10: Provisioning ecosystem services - sharing as a coping and adaptation strategy among rural comm unities in Ghana's semi-arid ecosystem Yaw Agyeman Boafo (The University of Tokyo) Chapter 11: Sharing terrestrial and marine ecosystem services: Case study in small island's communities in Republic of Palau Akiko Iida (The University of Tokyo) Chapter 12: Solidarity economy in Brazil: towards institutionalization of sharing and agroecological practices Kei Otsuki (Utrecht University, The Netherlands) and Fabio de Castro (CEDLA-University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Chapter 13: Sharing labor and natural resources through payment for ecosystem services (PES) in Indonesia Beria Leimona (ICRAF) Chapter 14: Sharing cows to conserve cultural landscapes and multiple ecosystem services in Europe (Austria): Cow rental program Pia Kieninger (University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Science s, Vienna), Marianne Penker and Katharina Gugerell Part IV: Synthesis Chapter 15: Comparative analysis of the case studies and ways forward for future study Osamu Saito Acknowledgement

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    vi, 265 p.
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