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by Rose Hessmiller last modified Jan 10, 2013 09:00 AM
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File Payments for Ecosystem Services & Environmental Markets: Training Modules by LiLing Choo — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:51 PM
A manual produced by Forest Trends and the Katoomba Group to provide capacity building materials for specific audiences regarding payments for ecosystem services and environmental markets. This manual outlines training modules for specific audiences with subject matter and learning objectives specific to that audience; public sector, private sector, public and non-profit sector, and rural communities.
File Payments for Ecosystem Services: Getting Started in Marine and Coastal Ecosystems - A Primer by LiLing Choo — last modified Feb 20, 2013 01:13 AM
A manual compiled by Forest Trend and the Katoomba Group explaining what payments for ecosystem services (PES) are and how PES deals work in the marine environment. The primer is divided into 3 sections, the first reviews basic PES concepts, the second section details a step-by-step approach to developing Marine PES Deals and the third section outlines opportunities, risks and ideal conditions for poverty reduction.
File Report for the Conservation Finance Alliance: National REDD+ funding frameworks and achieving REDD+ readiness – findings from consultation by LiLing Choo — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:52 PM
2010 report for the Conservation Finance Alliance (CFA) from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) on how REDD+ funding is currently, or could in the future, be managed and disbursed to developing countries. The report includes six case study country reports - Brazil, Cambodia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Indonesia, Madagascar and Peru- resulting from interviews conducted by RwC with stakeholder representatives from government, civil society, academia and the private sector in 2010; and an analysis report on the role of environmental funds and civil society in REDD+, based on interviews carried out in the six countries mentioned above and six additional countries (Costa Rica, Tanzania, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Uganda) in 2009. Report was made possible by USAID through the TransLinks cooperative agreement.
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