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Bundling and Stacking for Maximizing Social, Ecological, and Economic Benefits: A Framing Paper for Discussion at the “Bundling and Stacking Workshop”, April 5-6, 2012

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Contributors: Carter Ingram, Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

Framing paper for the "Bundling and Stacking Workshop” held April 5-6, 2012 in Washington, D.C., convened by the TransLinks partnership, with support from USAID through the TransLinks Cooperative Agreement. This paper explores some of the risks and benefits of bundling and stacking approaches to payments for ecosystem services (PES) and identifies key questions that need to be answered to support the successful use and adoption of these mechanisms. It will focus on these issues with respect to two categories of ecosystem service markets and payment programs: (1) offsets and mitigation credits and (2) conservation payments and incentives (also known as payments for ecosystem services (PES). THIS IS A DRAFT DOCUMENT.

Author(s): Carter Ingram , Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)

Publication Date: 2012

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