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Monitoring and Enforcing Payment for Ecosystem Services Programs: Lessons Learned

by LiLing Choo last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:52 PM
Contributors: Adrian Treves, Catherine Schloegel
Land Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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. An ongoing project in Ecuador is developing cost-effective, long-term monitoring strategies for a program aimed at protecting large and endangered animals. This brief summarizes the lessons learned.

Author(s): Adrian Treves , Catherine Schloegel

Publication Date: 2010

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