Compensation for Ecosystem Services (CES): A Catalyst for Ecosystem Conservation and Poverty Alleviation?
Wymann von Dach, S.
Kakridi Enz, F.
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How important will different types of compensation and reward mechanisms be in shaping poverty & ecosystem services across Africa, Asia & Latin America over the next two decades? Scherr, S.J.; Milder, J.C.; Bracer, C. (Nairobi, Kenya: World Agroforestry Centre, 2007)The development of Compensation and Rewards for Environmental Services (CRES) will have differential impact on poor resource managers and poor consumers depending upon the characteristics of the resource itself, the financial ...
Measuring conditions and trends in ecosystem services at multiple scales: The Southern African Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (SAfMA) experience van Jaarsveld, A.; Biggs, R.; Scholes, R.; Bohensky, E.; Reyers, B.; Lynam, T.; Musvoto, C.; Fabricius, C. (London, UK: The Royal Society, 2005)The Southern African Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (SAfMA) evaluated the relationships between ecosystem services and human well-being at multiple scales, ranging from local through to sub-continental. Trends in ecosystem ...
Challenges to managing ecosystems sustainably for poverty alleviation: Securing well-being in the Andes/Amazon ESPA-AA (Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation Program) (Belém, Brazil: Amazon Initiative Consortium, 2008)This report focuses on the Amazon basin and the eastern Andean slopes (herein referred to as the Andes/Amazon ecosystem or region). The Amazon is the largest fresh water system and tropical forest in the world. Large ...