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TransLinks: Case Study: Payments for Biodiversity Conservation in the Context of Weak Institutions Featured November 22, 2011
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Contributors: Clements, Tom, John, Ashish, Nielsen, Karen, An, Dara, Tan, Setha, Milner-Gulland, E.J.

Implementing any conservation intervention, including Payments for Environmental Services (PES), in the context of weak institutions is challenging. The majority of PES programs have been implemented in situations where the institutional framework and property rights are strong and target the behaviors of private landowners. By contrast, this paper compares three PES programs from a forest landscape in Cambodia, where land and resource rights are poorly defined, governance is poor, species populations are low and threats are high.

Author(s): Clements, Tom , John, Ashish , Nielsen, Karen , An, Dara , Tan, Setha , Milner-Gulland, E.J.

Publication Date: 2009

Location: Cambodia

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