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Multiple causal mechanisms linking biodiversity conservation with human well-being
Sustainability science and sustainable development policies increasingly recognize the contribution of biodiversity conservation to human well-being. However, understanding of the linkages between conservation and human well-being remains limited. Empirical evidence on the existence, magnitude and variation in causal pathways is fragmented, hampering decision-makers' ability to design conservation interventions that also support human well-being. Here we present a conceptual framework thatdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4579954 fatcat:yukp6fa3kfckdfpg5b7eyl4ium