Fig. 3. Provision of ecosystem services and indicators of human well-being under each scenario, compared to the current conditions (substantial increase = 2; increase = 1; constant or increases in same aspects and decreases in other aspects = 0; decrease = 1; large decrease = 2). Name codes: Sci & Know = Science & Knowledge; Rec Act = Recreational activities; Env Educ = Environmental education; Trad Know = Traditional knowledge; Aest & Spir = Aesthetic and spiritual values; Local Id = Local identity; Agricul = Agriculture; Wat Sup = Water supply; For Pro = Forest products; Geo Res = Geological resources; C storage = Carbon storage; Air qual = Air quality; Clim reg = Climate regulation; Wat reg = Water regulation; Eros & Soil = Erosion control & soil fertility; Distur mit = disturbance mitigation; Biodiv = Biodiversity; Lib E & Act = Liberty of election and action; G social rel = Good social relations; Fossil f cons red = Fossil fuel consumption reduction; Employm = Employment. In some cases, as in the case of security in the Oppressed Biscay scenario, increases are not linked to social positive aspects, and decreases are not always negative (e.g., in the Cultivating Social Values scenario, liberty is closely related to responsibility and consumption is limited, so the accepted definition of liberty is transformed).

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