Developing markets for water services from forests: Issues and lessons for innovators
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Landscapes, memories and water: Narratives, perceptions and policy-making on land and water in Monteverde, Costa Rica Porras, I.T.; Miranda, M. (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: The Centre for Land Use and Water Resource Research (CLUWRR), 2005)This report focuses on situations displayed in (3) and (4), where policy-makers and science fail to take into account people's sets of perceptions and the particular history of a region. The report draws on evidence from ...
The working for water programme: Evolution of a payments for ecosystem services mechanism that addresses both poverty and ecosystem service delivery in South Africa Turpie, J.K.; Marais, C.; Blignaut, J.N. (Elsevier B.V., 2008)South Africa's government-funded Working for Water (WfW) program is a payments for ecosystem services (PES) initiative to improve the biodiversity, land potential, and hydrologic function of mountain watersheds by invasive ...
M. Grieg-Gran; Noel, S.; Porras, I. (Wageningen, the Netherlands: ISRIC, 2006)Summary: Green Water Credits is a mechanism for payments to land users for specified land and soil management activities that determine the supply of fresh water at source. These activities are presently unrecognized and ...