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Balancing the Needs of People and Wildlife: When Wildlife Damage Crops and Prey on Livestock

Balancing the Needs of People and Wildlife: When Wildlife Damage Crops and Prey on Livestock. This LTC Brief draws from experience on three continents to outline recent advances in understanding and managing human-wildlife conflicts, with twin objectives of biodiversity conservation…

Beyond Boundaries Zoning as a Tool to Link Conservation & Development Goals - Draft

Beyond Boundaries Zoning as a Tool to Link Conservation & Development Goals - Draft

Biodiversity Conservation and Carbon Sequestration Services of Silvopastoral Practices, Matiguás Río Blanco, Nicaragua

The Silvopastoral Project aimed to increase the use of silvopastoral techniques through technical assistance and payments for ecosystem services (PES) schemes

Case Study Executive Summary: Reserve Project of the Juma Sustainable Development: Reduction of Emissions of Greenhouse Gases from Deforestation in Amazonas State, Brazil - PORTUGUESE

Case study presented by Fundação Amazonas Sustentável (FAS) at the Regional Workshop on Compensation and Payments for Ecosystem Services, August 9-13, 2010 in La Ceiba, Honduras. Case study in Portuguese.

Chico Mendes Law. Addressing social and environmental problems with payments for ecosystems services in Brazil

Chico Mendes Law. Addressing social and environmental problems with payments for ecosystems services in Brazil

Collaborative Land Use Planning: Zoning for Conservation and Development in Protected Areas

Collaborative Land Use Planning: Zoning for Conservation and Development in Protected Areas

Community Based Joint Forest Management in Tanzania

The strength of this program is its focus on partnerships with local communities to protect the biodiversity of Tanzania’s Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Morogoro and Tanga districts. Community participation informs all decisions that are made to protect biodiversity, ensure sustainable land management,…

Compensation in Brazil Redistributing federal taxes for stewardship of protected areas through the ICMS ecologico

Compensation in Brazil Redistributing federal taxes for stewardship of protected areas through the ICMS ecologico

Conservation Concession Protecting Forest Ecosystems with payments for ecosystem service in Guyana

Conservation Concession Protecting Forest Ecosystems with payments for ecosystem service in Guyana

Credible Conservation: Using biodiversity monitoring to support incentive programs that protect endangered wildlife

Tenure Brief, No. 13: October 2010 - Market-based, economic incentive programs reward land users for conserving environmental services, habitat, or biodiversity. Such programs can be instrumental in protecting endangered wild animals persisting on private lands. To ensure success, these programs…

Deforestation vs. Poverty at Kibale National Park, Uganda: A Ten-Year Perspective

Deforestation vs. Poverty at Kibale National Park, Uganda: A Ten-Year Perspective

Designing Pro-poor Rewards for Ecosystem Services: Lessons from the United States?

Designing Pro-poor Rewards for Ecosystem Services: Lessons from the United States?

Ecological Complexity and the Management of Common Property Resources

Many community-based conservation programs are designed without carefully considering goals, community capacities, and the ecology of the common property resource. This LTC Brief outlines factors that can improve common property management.

Forest Restoration for Climate, Community, and Biodiversity in Tengchong County, China

Both the Forestry Farm and local farmers hold a view that the proposed CDM project activity will contribute to poverty alleviation and environmental benefice (biodiversity conservation and soil erosion control), and lead to sustainable development.

Forests and Forest Lands Management Training Guide

Forests and Forest Lands Management Training Guide (This is by EnterpriseWorks, but is from the USAID/Philippines' Eco-Governance Project, not TransLinks.

Fostering Ecosystem Services in the Danube Basin

The One Europe More Nature (OEMN) initiative was created in 2003 to promote integrated river basin management (IRBM) in order to restore floodplains and stimulate sustainable rural development in the region.

Gender and Shifting Water Governance: Differential Effects of Privatization, Commodification, and Democratization

Gender and Shifting Water Governance: Differential Effects of Privatization, Commodification, and Democratization

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

Tenure Brief, NO. 11: September 2010 - The brief summarizes an evaluation of the environmental effectiveness of Mexico’s national Payments for Hydrological Services program, which compensates rural landowners for avoided deforestation. The evaluation found that in an early year of…

Incentive-Compatible Institutional Design: Who's in Charge Here?

Incentive-Compatible Institutional Design: Who's in Charge Here?

Incentivos a Cambio de Servicios Ambientales y Colectividad de laTenecia de la Tierra: Lecciones de Ecuador e Indonesia

En un intento por ayudar a proteger el ambiente y estimular el desarrollo económico, los programas que otorgan incentivos a cambio de servicios ambientales a ofrecen ventajas teóricas sobre otros mecanismos usados en el pasado. Sin embargo, estos programas confrontan…

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