Payments for Environmental Services: An equitable approach for reducing poverty and conserving nature
World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
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WWF's approach of equitable PES, which it is developing and implementing with partners including CARE and IIED, aims to address the constraints to poverty alleviation by finding a balance between conservation and development outcomes; by delivering conservation of biodiversity with significant benefits to the poor; and by doing so in a just and equitable way.
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