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Mapping Ocean Wealth The Nature Conservancy
The goal of Mapping Ocean Wealth is to describe – in quantitative terms – all that the ocean does for us today, so that we make smarter investments and decisions affecting what the ocean can do for us tomorrow.
We’ve coined the term “mapping ocean wealth” to describe a process where we evaluate nature as an asset and incorporating its benefits into all coastal planning decisions.
We are building the most detailed understanding of what drives the value of a particular ocean ecosystem. From thousands of field-based studies around the globe, we are compiling the science around what drives ecosystems and to map the benefits to people.
Our aim is to understand and build the “production functions”, including and beyond dollars, that underpin ecosystem services and report those functions in terms of jobs, food security, risk reduction, visitor numbers and so on. This science enables us to map value, both at global scales – with enough resolution to change policy and influence wider investments – but also at finer scales – enabling us, and our partners, to map patterns of ecosystem value around the globe.
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