2 edition of Economic analysis of tropical forest conservation initiatives found in the catalog.
Economic analysis of tropical forest conservation initiatives
H. Jack Ruitenbeek
Cover title: Economic analysis of conservation initiatives
|Other titles||Economic analysis of conservation initiatives.|
|Statement||H. Jack Ruitenbeek.|
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Environmental Conservation is one of the longest-standing, most highly-cited of the interdisciplinary environmental science journals. It includes research papers, reports, comments and subject reviews addressing environmental policy, practice, and natural and social science of environmental concern at the global level, informed by rigorous local level case studies. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Papers in English; some in French. Notes: Selected papers from the Conference on Conservation of West and Central African Rainforests, held in Abidjan, Nov. ,
The PLOS ONE Collection “Measuring forest conservation effectiveness” brings together a series of studies that evaluate the effectiveness of tropical forest conservation policies and programs with the goal of measuring conservation success and associated co-benefits. This overview piece describes the geographic and methodological scope of these studies, as well as the policy Cited by: The approach draws from the state-of the art across a variety of disciplines – spatial (GIS) analysis, spatial econometrics, economic theory, and conservation biology – to create an approach that can guide the location and level of investments by estimating benefits and environmental costs at a highly disaggregated spatial by: 1.
Economic valuation of ecosystem services fails to capture biodiversity value of tropical forests L.R. Carrascoa,⇑, T.P.L. Nghiema, T. Sunderlandb, L.P. Kohc a . Meta-analysis of institutional-economic factors explaining the environmental performance of payments for watershed services - Volume 38 Issue 4 - ROY BROUWER, ABONESH TESFAYE, PIETER PAUWCited by:
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Tropical Forest Conservation: An Economic Assessment of Nature-based tourism and sustainable harvesting of forest products are the centerpieces of ICDPs and related initiatives. This book assesses the viability of conservation strategies predicated on the adoption of environmentally sound enterprises in and around threatened habitats Cited by: Growing disillusionment with conservation–development initiatives in tropical forests has fomented a polarised debate in the literature and policy circles over the role of forest people in protected areas and rain forest conservation (see Schwartzman et al.,Wilshusen et al.,Brechin et al., ).
The debate, which pits observers Cited by: A collection of studies published by the journal PLOS ONE earlier this month seeks to fill this knowledge gap by evaluating the effectiveness of numerous tropical forest conservation policies and. This important book for scientists and nonscientists alike calls attention to a most urgent global problem: the rapidly accelerating loss of plant and animal species to increasing human population pressure and the demands of economic development.
Based on a major conference sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences and the Smithsonian Institution, Biodiversity creates a. Targeting Conservation–Development Initiatives in Tropical Forests: Insights from Analyses of Rain Forest Use and Economic Reliance among Amazonian Peasants.
Tropical Forest Conservation Initiatives. A U.S. Congressional Research Service report found that sincedebt-for-nature swaps have generated $1 billion toward tropical forest conservation initiatives.
 This $1 billion is an investment in the ecosystem services that companies depend upon. Ecosystem services are external benefits. Knowing the economic value of the benefits that forests provide can make forests’ contribution to livelihoods and economies visible, enabling smarter decisions.
Conservation International has developed innovative ways to quantify the value of forests so that countries and companies can measure their impact — and reliance — on forests. OVERVIEW Emerging Evidence on the Effectiveness of Tropical Forest Conservation Jan Bo¨ rner1*, Kathy Baylis2, Esteve Corbera3, Driss Ezzine-de-Blas4, Paul J.
Ferraro5, Jordi Honey-Rose´ s6, Renaud Lapeyre7, U. Martin Persson8, Sven Wunder9 1 Center for Development Research (ZEF), University of Bonn, and Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Cited by: Open access peer-reviewed chapter.
In this elegant book, we have defined ‘Tropical Forests’ broadly, into five different themes: (1) tropical forest structure, synergy, synthesis, (2) tropical forest fragmentation, (3) impact of anthropogenic pressure, (4) Geographic Information System and remote sensing, and (5) tropical forest protection and by: 3.
and in joint initiatives with the ITTO to improve law compliance in the forest sector The World Bank is also heavily involved in forest governance initiatives through the Programme on Forests (PROFOR) and through major regional initiatives on forest law enforcement and governance.
Multilateral and bilateral initiatives on tropical for. Here, a multi-disciplinary approach is presented, to better the understanding of tropical forest ecology, as a necessary step in developing adequate strategies for conservation and management.
The authors have long experience in both academic and practical matters related to tropical forest ecology and by: Conservation of West and Central African rainforests = Conservation de la forêt dense en Afrique centrale et de l'ouest. utilisation et conservation des ressources forestières autre que la bois / Scolastique Dianzinga et Paulette Yambo --Economic analysis of tropical forest name\/a> \" Conservation of West and Central African.
FOREWORD vii resulted in the book Incomes from the Forest: Methods for the Development and Conservation of Forest Products for Local Communities (Wollenberg and Ingles, eds.,). These workshops recognized that the process of NTFP commercialisation interacts with people’s welfare, forest management, tenure.
As part of its initiative on Tropical Forests for Climate and Development, the Center for Global Development is producing a book entitled Why Forests. Why Now. The Science, Economics, and Politics of Tropical Forests and Climate Change. Co-authored by senior fellow Frances Seymour and research fellow Jonah Busch, the book will make the case that tropical forests.
Assessing forest sustainability in the tropical islands of the United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. IITF-GTR San Juan, PR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Interna-tional Institute of Tropical Forestry.
This report is a companion report to the National Report on Sustainable Forests, except that the analysis in this. Biological Conservation is a leading international journal in the discipline of conservation journal publishes articles spanning a diverse range of fields that contribute to the biological, sociological, ethical and economic dimensions of primary aim of Biological Conservation is the publication of high-quality papers that advance the science and.
This study explores how conservation and development are interlinked and quantifies their reciprocal trade-offs. It identifies interventions which hold a promise to improve both conservation and development outcomes.
The study finds that development trajectories can either be at the cost of conservation or can benefit conservation, but in all cases sustained Cited by: Agroforestry systems similar to the traditional shifting cultivation systems represent a valuable conservation tool for the Amazon basin.
Agroforestry integrates agriculture with timber species and high diversity forest; silvopastoral systems are. tropical), to all management objectives (production, conservation, protection and multi-purpose) and to all types of managers (public, private and community).
This document was written to facilitate the preparation of the guidelines. The objective was to determine if and how forest management is changing or could change in order to respondFile Size: 2MB. The analysis allowed us to derive a land cover map of tropical dry forest showing the current extent and distribution in the Americas ().It shows the geographical distribution of tropical dry forests within the “tropical and subtropical dry broad-leaf forest” biome (Olson et al., ) and the distribution of deciduous vegetation within the Cerrado ecoregion, the Caatinga shrubland Cited by:.
Tropical Forest Management and Conservation of Biodiversity: an Overview Introduction Parks and protected areas are essen-tial for biodiversity conservation but inadequate to assure the continued existence of the majority of natural landscapes, ecosystems, communities, species, and genotypes in tropical for-ests.
Even if a goal of % protec.Welfare and forest cover impacts of incentive based conservation: Evidence from Kenyan community forest associations.
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Estimating Costs. In a previous study, the opportunity costs of conservation associated with the dominant anthropogenic land uses were modeled for the Mbaracayu Forest Biosphere Reserve .Opportunity costs of conservation were defined as the expected agricultural value of each forested parcel of land, because this was an estimate of the best alternative Cited by: