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Integrating Conservation & Livelihood Goals
by Shawn Peabody last modified Apr 06, 2017 03:42 PM
Contributors: Andrés Gómez, ICF; Claire Price, Environmental Incentives

Using a database of World Bank project evaluations, E3/FAB’s new study called “Integrating Livelihood and Conservation Goals: A Retrospective Analysis of World Bank Projects” aims to contribute to building the evidence base around the integration of biodiversity conservation and livelihood goals.

Author(s): Andrés Gómez, ICF; Claire Price, Environmental Incentives

Publication Date: 2017

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Strategic approaches that integrate biodiversity conservation and livelihood goals have been part of the conservation toolbox for decades. However, the evidence in support of their effectiveness remains mixed, and there is much to be learned about which project attributes are associated with successful implementation. Using a database of World Bank project evaluations, this analysis aims to contribute to building the evidence base around the integration of biodiversity conservation and livelihood goals by focusing on three questions:1) What are the attributes of integrated livelihood and biodiversity conservation projects associated with the achievement of economic, conservation, and social impacts? 2) What is the effect of integrating biodiversity conservation and livelihood goals on the odds of a project being evaluated as successful by the World Bank? and 3) Is the achievement of economic benefits associated with conservation impacts?

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