Stefan Schindler

First name:

Stefan


Surname:

Schindler


Organisation :

Environment Agency Austria


Job title:

biodiversity expert


Country:

Austria


Expertise:

Cropland, Grassland, Heathland and shrub, Rivers and lakes, Sparsely vegetated land, Wetlands, Woodland and forest, Mediterranean, Classification and typology, Cost-based valuation, Cost-benefit analysis, Ecosystem assessment, Impact assessment, Landscape character assessment, Life cycle analysis, Mapping/GIS, Modelling, Multi-criteria decision analysis/decision-support tools, Natural capital accounting, Policy analysis, Public participation, Risk assessment, Scenario development, Social impact assessment, Spread-sheet methods, Stakeholder analysis, Stakeholder involvement, Time use studies (valuation), Travel cost methods, Valuation: deliberative, Valuation: monetary, Valuation: narrative, Valuation: non-monetary, Valuation: preference assessment surveys, Adaptation, Adaptive management, Certification / standards, Ecosystem approach, Ecosystem management, Market-based instruments, Marketing, Mitigation, No-net-loss, Payment for ecosystem services, Policy reform, Protected area management, Rehabilitation/Restoration, Reporting, Spatial planning, Afforestation, Alien invasive species, Benefits, Biodiversity (incl. observation), Bioenergy/biofuel, Climate change, Conservation, Cultural service, Deforestation, Ecosystem dis-services, Ecosystem services, Extensification, Final Ecosystem Services, Goods, Green infrastructure, Human well-being, Indicators/criteria, Intensification, Intermediate ecosystem services, Intrinsic value, Land degradation, Land management, Land use change, Landscape, Natural capital, Nature-based solutions, Protected areas, Provisioning service, Public health, Regulating service, Resilience, Rewilding, Stakeholders, Supporting service, Sustainability / sustainable use (e.g, fisheries, agriculture...) , Thresholds, Tipping points, Trade-offs, Alpine, Continental, Southern, Mountains, Agricultural management, Conservation of species (in situ), Conservation of habitats, Forest management, Stakeholder engagement processes, Sustainable use/harvest of species, Descriptive methods (field, taxonomy) , Experiments, Social science methods (e.g., interviews, statistics), Economics methods, Ecosystem functioning, Health, Transport & infrastructure, Agriculture, Economics,


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