The Adapting Mosaic scenario depicts a fragmented world resulting
from discredited global institutions. This scenario sees the rise of local
ecosystem-management strategies and the strengthening of local institutions.
Investments in human and social capital are geared toward improving knowledge
about ecosystem functioning and management, thus resulting in a better understanding
of the importance of resilience, fragility, and the local flexibility of
ecosystems. Traditional knowledge is maintained, with success for some uses.
In the Adaptive Doñana – Wet and Creative scenario,
Doñana is conceptualized like a social-ecological system where the
wetlands and watershed become the heart of management. Management becomes more
participative, and education and sustainability become the priorities of
society. The landscape mosaic permits the maintenance of traditional uses and
traditional ecological knowledge, which coexist with modern knowledge and innovations. The provision of
regulating services will increase at the expense of provisioning ecosystem