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Human Well-being across Scenarios

Author: Colin Butler, Willis Oluoch-Kosura
Organisation: Millennium Ecosystems Assessment
Publish Date: 2005
Country: Global
Sector: Social Development
Method: Scenarios
Theme: Public Good
Type: Other publication
Tags: Ecosystems, Material needs, Health, Social relations, Security, Freedom and choice, Vulnerability

This chapter in the book "Ecosystems and Human well-being" describes the implications for human well-being being across the four Millennium Ecosystem Assessment scenarios. These implications are derived from a qualitative analysis of the storylines, quantitative model results, and an assessment of the assumptions that underpin the scenarios. Case studies and examples are used to illustrate principles, but the chapter does not attempt to be exhaustive. The primary focus is through 2050, though some categories of major adverse surprise are more likely to occur in the following 50 years.
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