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RED SEA MARINE PROTECTORATES REVENUE GENERATION OPTIONS-HiRes vers.

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Synthesis Report for Red Sea Conservation Finance activity, USAID Egyptian Environmental Policy Program, Feb. 2003, c. 100 pp. In addition to a review of the current situation (fee system, visitation rates, functionality, etc), a wide spectrum of possible revenue generation mechanisms, and detailed analyses of the three most productive options, the paper includes SUMMARIES of the entire "Red Sea Conservation Finance" series of reports: -Explanation of the EEPP Red Sea Finance Policy Measure activity, -"Environmental Impacts of User Fee at Giftun Islands" (c. 15 pages) -"Data and Information Needs for Red Sea Conservation Finance" (c. 100 pages) -"Survey of Red Sea Tourists' and Tourism Operators' Willingness to Pay for Coral Reef Conservation" (100+ Pages) -"Red Sea Marine Protectorates Budget Analysis & Scenarios" (c. 100 pages). For additional information, contact Michael E. Colby (mcolby@igc.org OR mcolby@usaid.gov).

Author(s): Michael E. Colby

Publication Date: 2003

Location: Red Sea

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