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Natori Yoji
Hattori Tetsu
Tomita Motoshi
Iwabuchi Tsubasa
Kamiyama Chiho
Tsuda Masaki

Biodiversity is largely regarded as an economic externality, and development activities consider it only marginally. However, by providing a renewable natural capital, biodiversity forms the basis of social development. As a step towards realizing sustainable development which harmonizes human activities and ecosystem services (ES), we are...