Eeva Primmer
Eeva Primmer
Research Director, Professor, Finnish Environment Institute SYKE, PhD
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A new valuation school: Integrating diverse values of nature in resource and land use decisions
S Jacobs, N Dendoncker, B Martín-López, DN Barton, ...
Ecosystem services 22, 213-220, 2016
Adoption of the ecosystem services concept in EU policies
I Bouwma, C Schleyer, E Primmer, KJ Winkler, P Berry, J Young, ...
Ecosystem Services 29, 213-222, 2018
Operationalising ecosystem service approaches for governance: do measuring, mapping and valuing integrate sector-specific knowledge systems?
E Primmer, E Furman
Ecosystem Services 1 (1), 85-92, 2012
Governance of ecosystem services: a framework for empirical analysis
E Primmer, P Jokinen, M Blicharska, DN Barton, R Bugter, M Potschin
Ecosystem services 16, 158-166, 2015
Institutional challenges in putting ecosystem service knowledge in practice
H Saarikoski, E Primmer, SR Saarela, P Antunes, R Aszalós, F Baró, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 579-598, 2018
Social capital and governance: a social network analysis of forest biodiversity collaboration in Central Finland
R Borg, A Toikka, E Primmer
Forest Policy and Economics 50, 90-97, 2015
The unknown known–A review of local ecological knowledge in relation to forest biodiversity conservation
B Joa, G Winkel, E Primmer
Land use policy 79, 520-530, 2018
Stakeholders’ perspectives on the operationalisation of the ecosystem service concept: Results from 27 case studies
J Dick, F Turkelboom, H Woods, I Iniesta-Arandia, E Primmer, SR Saarela, ...
Ecosystem services 29, 552-565, 2018
Goals for public participation implied by sustainable development, and the preparatory process of the Finnish National Forest Programme
E Primmer, S Kyllönen
Forest policy and Economics 8 (8), 838-853, 2006
Waves of disruption in clean energy transitions: Sociotechnical dimensions of system disruption in Germany and the United Kingdom
P Johnstone, KS Rogge, P Kivimaa, CF Fratini, E Primmer, A Stirling
Energy Research & Social Science 59, 101287, 2020
Professional judgment in non-industrial private forestry: Forester attitudes and social norms influencing biodiversity conservation
E Primmer, H Karppinen
Forest Policy and Economics 12 (2), 136-146, 2010
Policy coherence in climate change mitigation: An ecosystem service approach to forests as carbon sinks and bioenergy sources
M Makkonen, S Huttunen, E Primmer, A Repo, M Hildén
Forest Policy and Economics 50, 153-162, 2015
Mapping hotspots and bundles of forest ecosystem services across the European Union
F Orsi, M Ciolli, E Primmer, L Varumo, D Geneletti
Land use policy 99, 104840, 2020
Value positions based on forest policy stakeholders’ rhetoric in Finland
T Rantala, E Primmer
Environmental science & policy 6 (3), 205-216, 2003
Exploring operational ecosystem service definitions: The case of boreal forests
H Saarikoski, K Jax, PA Harrison, E Primmer, DN Barton, L Mononen, ...
Ecosystem Services 14, 144-157, 2015
Policy-driven monitoring and evaluation: Does it support adaptive management of socio-ecological systems?
KA Waylen, KL Blackstock, FJ Van Hulst, C Damian, F Horváth, ...
Science of the total environment 662, 373-384, 2019
(Dis) integrated valuation–Assessing the information gaps in ecosystem service appraisals for governance support
DN Barton, E Kelemen, J Dick, B Martin-Lopez, E Gómez-Baggethun, ...
Ecosystem Services, 2017
Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Policy Mix: Demonstrating the institutional analysis and development framework on conservation policy instruments
DN Barton, K Benavides, A Chacon‐Cascante, JF Le Coq, MM Quiros, ...
Environmental Policy and Governance 27 (5), 404-421, 2017
Regulation as an enabler of demand response in electricity markets and power systems
S Annala, J Lukkarinen, E Primmer, S Honkapuro, K Ollikka, K Sunila, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 195, 1139-1148, 2018
Analysis of institutional adaptation: integration of biodiversity conservation into forestry
E Primmer
Journal of Cleaner Production 19 (16), 1822-1832, 2011
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