Paying for forest environmental services: The Costa Rican experience
Rodríguez Zúñiga, J. M.
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This article provides an overview of the evolution of Costa Rica's Environmental Services payment programme mechanisms for paying forest owners for the environmental services they provide. The author discusses the historical development of the legal and institutional frameworks for the program mechanisms briefly describes the various sources of funding for the program are briefly described.
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