FISCHER, Leonie K., Lena NEUNKAMP, Jussi LAMPINEN, Maria TUOMI, Josu G. ALDAY, Anna BUCHAROVA, Laura CANCELLIERI, Izaskun CASADO-ARZUAGA, Natálie ČEPLOVÁ, Lluïsa CERVERÓ, Balász DEÁK, Ove ERIKSSON, Mark D. E. FELLOWES, Beatriz FERNÁNDEZ DE MANUEL, Goffredo FILIBECK, Adrián GONZÁLEZ-GUZMÁN, M. BELEN HINOJOSA, Ingo KOWARIK, Belén LUMBIERRES, Ana MIGUEL, Rosa PARDO, Xavier PONS, Encarna RODRÍGUEZ-GARCÍA, Roland SCHRÖDER, Marta Gaia SPERANDII, Philipp UNTERWEGER, Orsolya VALKÓ, Victor VÁZQUEZ and Valentin H. KLAUS. Public attitudes toward biodiversity friendly greenspace management in Europe. Conservation Letters. Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2020, vol. 13, No 4, p. 1-12. ISSN 1755-263X. doi:10.1111/conl.12718.
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Original name Public attitudes toward biodiversity friendly greenspace management in Europe
Authors FISCHER, Leonie K. (276 Germany), Lena NEUNKAMP (233 Estonia), Jussi LAMPINEN (246 Finland), Maria TUOMI (246 Finland), Josu G. ALDAY (724 Spain), Anna BUCHAROVA (276 Germany), Laura CANCELLIERI (380 Italy), Izaskun CASADO-ARZUAGA (724 Spain), Natálie ČEPLOVÁ (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution), Lluïsa CERVERÓ (724 Spain), Balász DEÁK (348 Hungary), Ove ERIKSSON (752 Sweden), Mark D. E. FELLOWES (826 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), Beatriz FERNÁNDEZ DE MANUEL (724 Spain), Goffredo FILIBECK (380 Italy), Adrián GONZÁLEZ-GUZMÁN (724 Spain), M. BELEN HINOJOSA (724 Spain), Ingo KOWARIK (276 Germany), Belén LUMBIERRES (724 Spain), Ana MIGUEL (724 Spain), Rosa PARDO (724 Spain), Xavier PONS (724 Spain), Encarna RODRÍGUEZ-GARCÍA (724 Spain), Roland SCHRÖDER (276 Germany), Marta Gaia SPERANDII (380 Italy), Philipp UNTERWEGER (276 Germany), Orsolya VALKÓ (348 Hungary), Victor VÁZQUEZ (724 Spain) and Valentin H. KLAUS (756 Switzerland, guarantor).
Edition Conservation Letters, Wiley Periodicals, Inc. 2020, 1755-263X.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Article in a journal
Field of Study 10611 Plant sciences, botany
Country of publisher United States of America
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
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Impact factor Impact factor: 8.105
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14410/20:00116379
Organization unit Faculty of Education
Doi http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/conl.12718
UT WoS 000531897600001
Keywords in English biodiversity conservation; biodiversity friendly greenspace management; environmental education; environmental policy; environmental responsibility; lawn alternative; maintenance intensity; sustainable cityplanning; urban vegetation; urban meadow
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: Mgr. Natálie Čeplová, Ph.D., učo 13913. Changed: 23/9/2020 14:15.
Abstract
Increasing urbanization worldwide calls for more sustainable urban development.Simultaneously, the global biodiversity crisis accentuates the need of fostering biodiversity within cities. Policies supporting urban nature conservation need to understandpeople’s acceptance of biodiversity-friendly greenspace management. We surveyedmore than 2,000 people in 19 European cities about their attitudes toward near-naturalurban grassland management in public greenspaces, and related their responses to ninesociocultural parameters. Results reveal that people across Europe can support urbanbiodiversity, yet within the frames of a generally tidy appearance of public greenery.Younger people and those using greenspaces for a greater variety of activities weremore likely to favor biodiversity-friendly greenspace management. Additionally, people who were aware of the meaning of biodiversity and those stating responsibilityfor biodiversity conservation particularly supported biodiversity-friendly greenspacemanagement. Our results point at explicit measures like environmental education toincrease public acceptance of policies that facilitate nature conservation within cities.
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