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TransLinks Governance Collection

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…

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

Community engagement and training parabiologists - Midterm Report

Midterm Report for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service International Programs, August 18, 2010

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

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

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

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

 Gobernanza de Bosques Y Redd+: Estudios de Caso del Ecuador

Gobernanza de Bosques Y Redd+: Estudios de Caso del Ecuador

La tenencia de la tierra y los derechos de propiedad de los bosques son temas críticos para la nueva ola de instrumentos de política, basados en incentivos que tienen por objeto salvaguardar los bienes públicos que se encuentran en los…

Governance of the Global Carbon Market: Does Scale Matter?

Governance of the Global Carbon Market: Does Scale Matter?

Lessons Learned, Opportunities and Innovations in Human Wildlife Conflict Compensation and Insurance Schemes

This short discussion paper presents some of the lessons learned, opportunities and innovations of compensation and insurance schemes, with the hopes of assisting conservation managers with the choice of management tools appropriate to their context

Monitoring and Enforcing Payment for Ecosystem Services Programs: Lessons Learned

Tenure Brief, No, 14: October 2010 - Private landowners and other community members should be rewarded for protecting ecosystem services and biodiversity locally. To be sustainable, such incentive schemes must include training for community members to monitor and enforce compliance.…

Parks and Poverty: Lessons from a decade of forest loss and economic growth around Kibale National Park, Uganda

ABSTRACT: Field data linked to Landsat ETM and ASTER image analysis reveals the patterns and biodiversity impacts of deforestation in western Uganda between 1995 and 2006. Communal forest patches were reduced by nearly half during this period and we observed…

Protected Areas, Ecological Scale, and Governance-A Framing Paper

Protected Areas, Ecological Scale, and Governance-A Framing Paper

Research on land tenure, forest governance, and land use change in the northern Ecuadorian Amazon

OVERVIEW: As part of our overall engagement with partners in Ecuador, we are performing research in the provinces of Sucumbios and Orellana, in the northern Ecuadorian Amazon, referred to locally as the “Oriente”. We explore the relationship between land tenure…

Rights and Conservation

Rights and Conservation

The Potential for Intensive Crop Production in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia: History, Current Status, Government Plans, and Potential Impacts on Biodiversity

The grasslands of Mongolia comprise a large proportion of the remaining “unconverted” temperate grasslands, and, therefore, are immensely valuable for both biodiversity and humans. In recent years, concerns within the conservation community have arisen about possible large-scale increases in crop-based…

The Potential for Intensive Crop Production in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia: History, Current Status, Government Plans, and Potential Impacts on Biodiversity (Mongolian)

The Potential for Intensive Crop Production in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia: History, Current Status, Government Plans, and Potential Impacts on Biodiversity (in Mongolian)

Women of Isoso: Livelihoods, Governance and Natural Resources in the Gran Chaco, Bolivia

The Women of Isoso: Livelihoods, Governance and Natural Resources in the Gran Chaco, Bolivia. This TransLinks case study builds on over 15 years of experience of an indigenous terrirorial organization and an international NGO (Wildlife Conservation Society) working collaboratively in…

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