The Resource Selling Forest Environmental Services : Market-Based Mechanisms for Conservation and Development

Selling Forest Environmental Services : Market-Based Mechanisms for Conservation and Development

Label
Selling Forest Environmental Services : Market-Based Mechanisms for Conservation and Development
Title
Selling Forest Environmental Services
Title remainder
Market-Based Mechanisms for Conservation and Development
Creator
Contributor
Language
eng
Summary
The risks posed by forest destruction throughout the world are highly significant for all. Not only are forests a critical source of timber and non-timber forest products, but they provide environmental services that are the basis of life on Earth. However, only rarely do beneficiaries pay for the goods and services they experience, and there are severe consequences as a result for the poor and for the forests themselves. It has proved difficult to translate the theory of market-based approaches into practice. Based on extensive research and case studies of biodiversity conservation, watershed
Cataloging source
AU@
Dewey number
  • 333.75
  • 333.75/16
  • 333.7516
Index
no index present
LC call number
SD411 .S45 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Selling Forest Environmental Services : Market-Based Mechanisms for Conservation and Development
Publication
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Selling Forest Environmental Services; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Tables, Figures, and Boxes; Foreword; Acknowledgements; List of Contributors; Acronyms and Abbreviations; 1. Market-based Mechanisms for Forest Conservation and Development: Stefano Pagiola, Natasha Landell-Mills, and Joshua Bishop; 2. Forest Environmental Services: An Overview: Joshua Bishop and Natasha Landell-Mills; 3. Paying for Water Services in Central America: Learning from Costa Rica: Stefano Pagiola; 4. Sharing the Benefits of Watershed Management in Sukhomajri, India: John Kerr
  • 10. Using Fiscal Instruments to Encourage Conservation: Municipal Responses to the 'Ecological' Value-added Tax in Paraná and Minas Gerais, Brazil: Peter H May, Fernando Veiga Neto, Valdir Denardin, and Wilson Loureiro11. Developing a Market for Forest Carbon in British Columbia: Gary Bull, Zoe Harkin, and Ann Wong; 12. Helping Indigenous Farmers to Participate in the International Market for Carbon Services: The Case of Scolel Té: Richard Tipper; 13. Investing in the Environmental Services of Australian Forests: David Brand; 14. Insuring Forest Sinks: Phil Cottle and Charles Crosthwaite-Eyre
  • 15. Making Market-based Mechanisms Work for Forests and People: Stefano Pagiola, Natasha Landell-Mills, and Joshua BishopIndex
  • 5. Paying to Protect Watershed Services: Wetland Banking in the United States: J Salzman and J B Ruhl6. Financing Watershed Conservation: The FONAG Water Fund in Quito, Ecuador: Marta Echavarria; 7. Selling Biodiversity in a Coffee Cup: Shade-grown Coffee and Conservation in Mesoamerica: Stefano Pagiola and Ina-Marlene Ruthenberg; 8. Conserving Land Privately: Spontaneous Markets for Land Conservation in Chile: Elisa Corcuera, Claudia Sepúlveda, and Guillermo Geisse; 9. Linking Biodiversity Prospecting and Forest Conservation: Sarah A Laird and Kerry ten Kate
Control code
ocn880702510
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (306 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781849772501
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
.b36023061
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)880702510
  • pebcs1849772509

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