Other times we avoid thinking about a concept by not having a word for it. Nasty things without a name live a very discreet life, and we are comfortable with that.
Andrew Balmford and William Bond review the main findings and implications of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment in the prestigious academic journal Ecology Letters (Trends in the state of nature and their implications for human well-being, free content). They make the following statement:
[T]he timely quantification of ecosystem services (or of disservices associated with ecosystem disruption) has helped trigger promising conservation interventions.
Their choice of words leaves a couple of things without a name of their own -- the negative effects of natural ecosystems on human well-being, and the positive effects of "disrupted" ecosystems.