Dalia D'Amato
Dalia D'Amato
University of Helsinki, Helsinki Institute of Sustainability Science, Faculty of Agriculture and
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Green, circular, bio economy: A comparative analysis of sustainability avenues
D D'Amato, N Droste, B Allen, M Kettunen, K Lähtinen, J Korhonen, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 168, 716-734, 2017
2542017
Ecosystem services classification: A systems ecology perspective of the cascade framework
A La Notte, D D’Amato, H Mäkinen, ML Paracchini, C Liquete, B Egoh, ...
Ecological indicators 74, 392-402, 2017
1832017
Socio-economic importance of ecosystem services in the Nordic Countries
M Kettunen, P Vihervaara, S Kinnunen, D D’Amato, T Badura, M Argimon, ...
Nordic Council of Ministers, 2012
712012
Ecosystem services-based SWOT analysis of protected areas for conservation strategies
R Scolozzi, U Schirpke, E Morri, D D'Amato, R Santolini
Journal of environmental management 146, 543-551, 2014
662014
An ecosystem service-dominant logic?–integrating the ecosystem service approach and the service-dominant logic
BD Matthies, D D'Amato, S Berghäll, T Ekholm, HF Hoen, J Holopainen, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 124, 51-64, 2016
462016
Using long-term ecosystem service and biodiversity data to study the impacts and adaptation options in response to climate change: insights from the global ILTER sites network
P Vihervaara, D D’Amato, M Forsius, P Angelstam, C Baessler, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5 (1), 53-66, 2013
462013
Monetary valuation of forest ecosystem services in China: A literature review and identification of future research needs
D D'amato, M Rekola, N Li, A Toppinen
Ecological Economics 121, 75-84, 2016
392016
Towards sustainability? Forest-based circular bioeconomy business models in Finnish SMEs
D D'Amato, S Veijonaho, A Toppinen
Forest policy and economics 110, 101848, 2020
352020
Linking forest ecosystem services to corporate sustainability disclosure: A conceptual analysis
D D’Amato, N Li, M Rekola, A Toppinen, FF Lu
Ecosystem Services 14, 170-178, 2015
352015
Saproxylic beetles in three relict beech forests of central Italy: analysis of environmental parameters and implications for forest management
LR De Zan, F Bellotti, D D’Amato, GM Carpaneto
Forest Ecology and Management 328, 229-244, 2014
352014
Circular, green, and bio economy: how do companies in land-use intensive sectors align with sustainability concepts?
D D'Amato, J Korhonen, A Toppinen
Ecological Economics 158, 116-133, 2019
302019
A systematic review of the socio-economic impacts of large-scale tree plantations, worldwide
A Malkamäki, D D’Amato, NJ Hogarth, M Kanninen, R Pirard, A Toppinen, ...
Global Environmental Change 53, 90-103, 2018
242018
Effects of industrial plantations on ecosystem services and livelihoods: Perspectives of rural communities in China
D D’amato, M Rekola, M Wan, D Cai, A Toppinen
Land Use Policy 63, 266-278, 2017
242017
Thinking green, circular or bio: Eliciting researchers' perspectives on a sustainable economy with Q method
D D'amato, N Droste, KJ Winkler, A Toppinen
Journal of Cleaner Production 230, 460-476, 2019
202019
Managerial views of corporate impacts and dependencies on ecosystem services: A case of international and domestic forestry companies in China
D D’Amato, M Wan, N Li, M Rekola, A Toppinen
Journal of Business Ethics 150 (4), 1011-1028, 2018
152018
Where communities intermingle, diversity grows–The evolution of topics in ecosystem service research
N Droste, D D’Amato, JJ Goddard
PLoS One 13 (9), e0204749, 2018
132018
Factors influencing levels of CSR disclosure by forestry companies in China
F Lu, R Kozak, A Toppinen, D D’Amato, Z Wen
Sustainability 9 (10), 1800, 2017
92017
The green economy: Pragmatism or revolution? Perceptions of young researchers on social ecological transformation
D D'amato, N Droste, S Chan, A Hofer
Environmental Values 26 (4), 413-435, 2017
72017
Forest-based circular bioeconomy: matching sustainability challenges and novel business opportunities?
A Toppinen, D D'amato, T Stern
Forest Policy and Economics 110, 102041, 2020
52020
Not so biocentric–Environmental benefits and harm associated with the acceptance of forest management objectives by future environmental professionals
BD Matthies, A Vainio, D D'Amato
Ecosystem services 29, 128-136, 2018
52018
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