Compensation for Ecosystem Services (CES): A catalyst for ecosystem conservation and poverty alleviation?
Wenger, R. (ed.)
Rogger, C. (ed.)
von Dach, S. Wymann (ed.)
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"This document looks at the use of Compensation Ecosystem Services (CES) as a potential catalyst for ecosystem conservation and poverty alleviation. It aims to improve understanding of the concept and also discusses the key challenges faced in implementation of CES.
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