Data from: A place-based participatory mapping approach for assessing cultural ecosystem services in urban green space

Lizzie Jones, Robert A. Holland, Jennifer Ball, Tim Sykes, Gail Taylor, Lisa Ingwall-King, Jake L. Snaddon & Kelvin S.-H. Peh
1. Cultural Ecosystem Services (CES) encompass a range of social, cultural and health benefits to local communities, for example recreation, spirituality, a sense of place and local identity. However, these complex and place-specific CES are often overlooked in rapid land management decisions and assessed using broad, top–down approaches. 2. We use the Toolkit for Ecosystem Service Site-based Assessment (TESSA) to examine a novel approach to rapid assessment of local CES provision using inductive, participatory methods....
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