Articles | Volume 18, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/we-18-37-2018
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https://doi.org/10.5194/we-18-37-2018
AGORA: Ideas and Concepts
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14 Mar 2018
AGORA: Ideas and Concepts |  | 14 Mar 2018

Non-native invasive species as paradoxical ecosystem services in urban conservation education

Corrado Battisti, Giuliano Fanelli, Sandro Bertolino, Luca Luiselli, Giovanni Amori, and Spartaco Gippoliti

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Many practices have been proposed in conservation education to facilitate a re-connection between nature and young digitally dependent people in anthropized contexts. In this paper we suggest that, at least in some specific circumstances (urban and suburban areas), non-native invasive species may have a paradoxical and positive impact on conservation education strategies, playing a role as an experiential tool, which represents a cultural ecosystem service.