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Developing multi-scale and integrative nature-people scenarios using the Nature Futures Framework

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Pereira,  L.
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Davies,  K. K.
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den Belder,  S.
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Ferrier,  S.
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Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen,  S.
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Kim,  H.
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Kuiper,  J. J.
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Okayasu,  S.
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Palomo,  M. G.
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Pereira,  H. M.
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Peterson,  G.
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Sathyapalan,  J.
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Schoolenberg,  M.
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Alkemade,  R.
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Carvalho Ribeiro,  S.
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Greenaway,  A.
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Hauck,  J.
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King,  N.
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Lazarova,  T.
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Ravera,  F.
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Chettri,  N.
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Cheung,  W. W. L.
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Hendriks,  R. J. J.
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Kolomytsev,  G.
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Leadley,  P.
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Metzger,  J.
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Ninan,  K. N.
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Pichs,  R.
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Popp,  Alexander
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Rondinini,  C.
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Rosa,  I.
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van Vuuren,  D.
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Lundquist,  C. J.
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Pereira, L., Davies, K. K., den Belder, S., Ferrier, S., Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, S., Kim, H., Kuiper, J. J., Okayasu, S., Palomo, M. G., Pereira, H. M., Peterson, G., Sathyapalan, J., Schoolenberg, M., Alkemade, R., Carvalho Ribeiro, S., Greenaway, A., Hauck, J., King, N., Lazarova, T., Ravera, F., Chettri, N., Cheung, W. W. L., Hendriks, R. J. J., Kolomytsev, G., Leadley, P., Metzger, J., Ninan, K. N., Pichs, R., Popp, A., Rondinini, C., Rosa, I., van Vuuren, D., Lundquist, C. J. (in press): Developing multi-scale and integrative nature-people scenarios using the Nature Futures Framework. - People and Nature.


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Abstract
Scientists have repeatedly argued that transformative, mul tiscale global scenarios are needed as tools in the quest to halt the decline of biodiversity and achieve sustainability goals. As a first step towards achieving this, the expert s who parti cipated in the s cenarios and m odels expert group of the Intergovernmental Science - Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) entered into an iterative, participatory process t hat led to the development of the Nature Futures Framework (N FF) . The NFF is a heuristic tool that captures diverse, positive relationships of humans with nature in the form of a triangle. It can be used both as a boundary object for continuously open ing up more plural perspectives in the creation of desirable nature scenarios and as a n actionable framework for developing consistent nature scenarios across multiple scales. Here, w e describe the methods employed to develop the NFF and how this fits into a l onger - term process to create transformative, multiscale s cenarios for nature. We argue that the contribution of the NFF is two - fold: a) its ability to hold a plurality of perspectives on what is desirable , which enables the development of joint goals and visions and recognises the possible convergence and synerg ies of measures to achieve these and b), its multi - scale functionality for elaborating scenarios and models that can inform decision - making at relevant levels, making it applicable across specific places and perspectives on nature. If humanity is to achiev e its goal of a more sustainable and prosperous future rooted in a flourishing nature, it is critical to open up a space for more plural perspectives of human - nature relationships. As the global community sets out to develop new goals for biodiversity, the NFF can be used as a navigation tool helping to make diverse, desirable futures are possible.