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2011/10 Land Tenure and Forest Carbon Management Workshop (Madison, WI, USA)

October 21-22, 2011. Workshop hosted in Madison, WI by the University of Wisconsin's Land Tenure Center, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, and Department of Geography, with funding through USAID's "TransLinks" project with the Wildlife Conservation Society.

Applied Research Summary: The influence of land tenure on forest cover change in Ecuador and implications for REDD investments

The influence of land tenure on forest cover change in Ecuador and implications for REDD investments

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

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

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

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

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

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

Costs of Titling and Registration Projects

Neo-liberal economic theory is based on the foundation of private property and the market. Private property is the only to make sure that property ends up in the hands of the most efficient producers. And, a property system based on…

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…

Does secure land tenure save forests? A review of the relationship between land tenure and tropical deforestation (CCAFS Working Paper No. 7)

Does secure land tenure save forests? A review of the relationship between land tenure and tropical deforestation (CCAFS Working Paper No. 7)

Deforestation and degradation are tied to a complex array of socioeconomic and political factors. As noted in studies focusing on large-scale policy interventions such as REDD+ and payment for ecosystem services programs, among the most important of these factors is…

Forest commons, REDD+ and tenure security in Africa

Draft paper presented at the LTC October 2011 Workshop on Land Tenure and Forest Carbon Management

 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…

How much does land titling cost?

Paper by Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Lessons about Land Tenure, Forest Governance and REDD+ Featured Jan 10, 2012

Lessons about Land Tenure, Forest Governance and REDD+ Featured Jan 10, 2012

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…

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

An edited set of case studies based on presentations at the LTC/Translinks sponsored Workshop in October 2011. The volume is 112 pages and contains 9 case studies, an introductory chapter and a preface by USAID's Michael Colby.

New Pastoral Development Paradigm: Engaging the Realities of Property Institutions and Livestock Mobility in Dryland Africa

Abstract - The confluence of new understandings of dryland ecology and common property resource management has arguably led to a “new pastoral development paradigm” -- a paradigm that incorporates a widespread acceptance of the ecological and economic importance of livestock…

Participatory Land Use Zoning in Okapi Wildlife Reserve, Democratic Republic of Congo

This case study describes a practical but rigorous approach to zoning that was piloted in the Okapi Wildlife Reserve (OWR), a protected area in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Presentation: Does secure land tenure save forests? A review of the relationship between land tenure and tropical deforestation!

Presentation: Does secure land tenure save forests? A review of the relationship between land tenure and tropical deforestation!

Presentation by Brian Robinson, Margaret Holland, and Lisa Naughton-Treves on the relationship between land tenure and tropical deforestation. For More Information: Brian E. Robinson, Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota, Lisa Naughton, Land Tenure Center, University of…

Rewards for Ecosystem Services and Collective Land Tenure: Lessons from Ecuador and Indonesia

Attempts to conserve biodiversity and other ecosystem services have been carried out through a number of policy instruments over time

Security in land tenure and incentives for forest conservation

ECOLEX Report (in Spanish). Title: Seguridad en la tenencia de la tierra e incentivos para la conservación de bosques)

Whom to pay? Key Concepts and Terms Regarding Tenure and Property Rights in Payment-based Forest Ecosystem Conservation

Tenure Brief, No. 15: December 2010 - We define key tenure terms related to forests and highlight concepts likely to be encountered in the design, implementation or evaluation of incentive-based conservation programs—such as payments for ecosystem services (PES) or Reducing…

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