Drivers for human wellbeing
A Coggle Diagram about Ecosystem Services (Provisioning ( Products obtained from ecosystems. e.g. food, water, fibre, fuel), Regulating (Benefits obtained from regulation of ecosystem. e.g. climate regulation, water, disease), Cultural( non-material benefits obtained from ecosystems. e.g. spiritual, aesthetic, recreation, education), Supporting(Services needed for the production of all other ecosystems services e.g. nutrient cycling primary production, soil formation) and Ecosystem:red_flag: An econsystem is a dynamic complex of plant, animal, and microorganism communities and the nonliving environment interacting as a functional unit. Humans are an integral part of ecosystems. Ecosystems vary enormously in size; a temporary pond in a tree hollow an an ocean basin can both be ecosystems
Ecosystem services:red_flag: ecosystem services are the benefits people obtain from ecosystems.
Wellbeing:red_flag: Human well-being has multiple constituents, including material, freedom, health, good social relations, and security. it is at the opposite end of a continuum from poverty, which has been defined as a 'pronounced deprivatioin in well-being'. The constituents of well-being, as experienced and perceived by people, are situation-dependent, reflecting local geography, culture, and ecological circumstances), Direct drivers of change, Indirect drivers of change, Health:strength, feeling well, access to clean air and water, Basic Material for good life: adequate livelihoods, sufficient nutritious food, shelter, access to goods, Good social relations, social cohesion, mutual respect and ability to help other, Security:personal safety, secure resource access, security from disasters and Freedom of choice and action, opportunity to be able to achieve what an individual values doing and being