In some interpretations, goods and benefits are treated as synonyms. In the CICES system goods and benefits are defined as “things that people create or derive from final ecosystem services (see final ES). These final outputs from ecosystems have been turned into products or experiences that are no longer functionally connected to the systems from which they were derived. Goods and benefits can be referred to collectively as ‘products’ (Haines-Young & Potschin 2013, p. 9) 1).
Haines-Young, R. & Potschin, M. (2013): Common International Classification of Ecosystem Services (CICES). Consultation on Version 4, August-December 2012. Report to the European Environment Agency (EEA/IEA/09/003), checked on 3/18/2016.
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