Impact Tracking Database - Anonymous - 15/01/2019

Informative Title/Headline (English only) : 
Swedish research cites IPBES work on values for investigation into climate change vulnerability
Language(s) of Evidence of Impact: 
Description of Impact(s) (English Only): 
Citing the IPBES interim guide on values of biodiversity, and the IPBES recommendation to separate instrumental values from end values, Swedish researchers at Lund University have tested the possibility that culture, identity, community cohesion and sense of place might be the values most vulnerable to climate change.
Type(s) of Impact(s) Generated (English Only: 
New/changed research project
Source: 
Print Article
Date/range of ‘Implementation': 
January, 2019
Scale of Impact: 
City/Community
Region of Impact: 
Europe and Central Asia
Country/Countries of Impact: 
Submitted by
Salutation: 
Mr.
First Name: 
Rob
Last name: 
Spaull
Institution: 
IPBES
Position/Title: 
Head of Comms
IPBES Role (If Any): 
Secretariat: Bonn
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