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Feb 11, 2013 · CBNRM Annotation

Developing Alternative Frameworks for Community-based Conservation: Piloting Payments for Environmental Services (PES) in Tanzania's Simanjiro Plains

Case study on piloting payments for environmental services (PES-Biodiversity) in the Simanjiro Plains, Tanzania - The Simanjiro plains provide a key wet season dispersal area for wildebeest and zebra migrating from northern Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park. The plains lie within…

Feb 11, 2013 · CBNRM Annotation

Impacts of Payments for Ecosystem Services on Deforestation in Mexico: Preliminary Lessons for REDD

The brief summarizes an evaluation of the environmental effectiveness of Mexico’s national Payments for Hydrological (Watershed) Services program, which compensates rural landowners for avoided deforestation. The evaluation found that in an early year of implementation Mexico’s program had a small…

Feb 11, 2013 · CBNRM Annotation

Forest Carbon Financing for Biodiversity Conservation, Climate Change Mitigation and Improved Livelihoods: the Makira Forest Protected Area, Madagascar

Case study of the forest carbon and biodiversity project in Makira Forest, Madagascar. Sponsored by USAID, Wildlife Conservation Society, the Government of Madagascar and other partners have been working with local communities living in the Makira plateau in north-eastern Madagascar…

Feb 11, 2013 · CBNRM Annotation

Lessons on Land Tenure, Forest Governance and REDD+: Case Studies from Africa, Asia, and Latin America

This volume of case studies comprises one of two main publications resulting from the Oct. 21-22, 2011 Land Tenure and Forest Carbon Management Workshop hosted by the University of Wisconsin/Madison’s Land Tenure Center (LTC), Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, and…

Feb 11, 2013 · CBNRM Annotation

Payment for Ecosystem Services: Developing Forest Carbon Projects in Nepal

This case/fesibility study builds on the decade+ of work withcommunity forest user groups in Nepal, to identify the potential for forest carbon projects (PES/REDD+) to add another economic incentive to the tremendous success that has already been achieved with CBNRM…

Feb 11, 2013 · CBNRM Annotation

Payments for Biodiversity Conservation in the Context of Weak Institutions: Comparison of Three Programs from Cambodia

This paper is a case study that combines CBNRM with a Nature, Wealth, and Power approach to payments for ecosystem services (direct biodiversity and habitat protection) and biodiversity-friendly agricultural and tourism development. Implementing any conservation intervention, including Payments for Environmental…

Feb 11, 2013 · CBNRM Annotation

WCS REDD Project Development Guide

 

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