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TransLinks - Lessons about Payments for Ecosystem Services and Wildlife-Friendly Enterprise [Video]

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To promote transformation by linking natural resources, economic growth, and good governance (or “Nature, Wealth and Power”), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) partnered with the Wildlife Conservation Society, Forest Trends, Enterprise Works/VITA, the Land Tenure Center of the University of Wisconsin, and the Earth Institute of Columbia University, to create TransLinks. This five-year program was tasked with identifying best practices and lessons from the partners’ projects around the world that have attempted to apply the new tools of payments for ecosystem services (PES) and Wildlife Friendly enterprise/value chain certification to support people living in threatened ecosystems, through conservation and sustainable use of the natural resource base upon which their livelihoods depend. Produced by the Wildlife Conservation Society, the program’s lead organization, this 26-minute film presents lessons from six case studies highlighting TransLinks' most interesting findings and outcomes.
TransLinks - Lessons about Payments for Ecosystem Services and Wildlife-Friendly Enterprise [Video]

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