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Title: Biodiversity and ecosystem services in the campo rupestre : a road map for the sustainability of the hottest Brazilian biodiversity hotspot.
Authors: Fernandes, Geraldo Wilson Afonso
Garcia, Lucas Arantes
Silva Júnior, Milton Barbosa da
Barbosa, Newton Pimentel de Ulhôa
Batista, Eugênia Kelly Luciano
Silva, Wallace Beiroz Imbrosio da
Resende, Fernando de Moura
Abrahão, Anna
Almada, Emmanuel Duarte
Alves, Elaine
Alves, Natacha J.
Angrisano, Patrícia
Arista, Montserrat
Arroyo, Juan
Arruda, André Jardim
Bahia, Thaíse de Oliveira
Braga, Laura
Brito, Lilian de Almeida
Pereira, Marcos Callisto de Faria
Paiva, Dario Caminha
Carvalho, Marília
Conceição, Abel Augusto
Costa, Lêda Naiara Pereira
Cruz, Antônio Jorge do Rosário
Blum, Jessica Cunha
Dagevos, John
Dias, Braulio Ferreira de Souza
Pinto, Victor Diniz
Dirzo, Rodolfo
Domingos, Daniel Quedes
Andrade, Livia Echternacht
Fernandes, Stephannie
Figueira, José Eugênio Côrtes
Fiorini, Cecília Fonseca
Giulietti, Ana Maria
Gomes, Augusto
Gomes, Vanessa Matos
Gontijo, Bernardo Machado
Goulart, Fernando Figueiredo
Guerra, Tadeu José de Abreu
Junqueira, Patrícia A.
Santos, Débora Lima
Nascimento, Julia Marques
Meira Neto, João Augusto Alves
Miola, Deise T. B.
Morellato, Leonor Patricia Cerdeira
Negreiros, Daniel
Paula, Elizabeth Neire da Silva Oliveira de
Neves, Ana Carolina
Neves, Frederico de Siqueira
Novais, Samuel Matos Antunes de
Oki, Yumi
Oliveira, Elizabeth
Oliveira, Rafael Silva
Pivari, Marco Otávio Dias
Pontes Junior, Euripedes
Ranieri, Bernardo Dourado
Ribas, Rodrigo Pinheiro
Scariot, Aldicir Osni
Schaefer, Carlos Ernesto Gonçalves Reynaud
Sena, Letícia
Silva, Pedro Giovâni da
Siqueira, Paulo Ricardo
Soares, Natalia Costa
Soares Filho, Britaldo Silveira
Solar, Ricardo Ribeiro de Castro
Tabarelli, Marcelo
Vasconcellos, Rogério Pinto
Vilela, Evaldo Ferreira
Silveira, Fernando Augusto de Oliveira e
Keywords: Biodiversity conservation
Bioeconomy
Global change
Mountain ecology
Policy
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: FERNANDES, G. W. F. et al. Biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Campo Rupestre: a road map for the sustainability of the hottest Brazilian biodiversity hotspot. Perspectives in Ecology and Conservation, v. 18, p. 213-222, out./ dez. 2020. Disponível em: <https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2530064420300638>. Acesso em: 12 maio 2021.
Abstract: Global sustainability rests on a myriad of benefits provided by natural ecosystems that support human livelihoods and well-being, from biodiversity persistence to climate regulation. The undeniable importance of conserving tropical forests has drawn most of the conservation spotlight towards it. However, open ecosystems such as the Brazilian Campo Rupestre (rupestrian grassland), have been historically overlooked despite their high diversity and key associated ecosystem services. We highlight major current threats to the persistence of the Campo Rupestre emphasizing its ecological, social, cultural, geoenvironmental, and economic importance. We call attention to the importance of the Campo Rupestre as a reservoir of biodiversity and ecosystem services and offer priority actions that resulted from discussions involving scientists, industry representatives, environmental managers, and other members of civil society. Proposed actions include efforts related to ecological restoration, sustainable ecotourism, protection of traditional ecological knowledge, identification of emerging research questions, and development of tailored public policies. Such issues are integrated into a framework that collectively represents a road map to safeguard the Campo Rupestre from further degradation and steer its historical overexploitation towards sustainable management. Safeguarding the future of non-forest biomes like this poses a challenge to current paradigms of nature conservation. By establishing priorities and guidelines, we propose an actionable plan, which we hope can support informed decision-making policy towards a sustainable use of the Campo Rupestre.
URI: http://www.repositorio.ufop.br/jspui/handle/123456789/13746
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pecon.2020.10.004
ISSN: 2530-0644
metadata.dc.rights.license: This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-NDlicense (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/). Fonte: o PDF do artigo.
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