Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: Exploring the Evidence for a Link
Dilys Roe, Joanna Elliott, Chris Sandbrook, Matt Walpole
John Wiley & Sons, Nov 16, 2012 - Science - 352 pages
Biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation are both important societal goals demanding increasing international attention. While they may seem to be unrelated, the international policy frameworks that guide action to address them make an explicit assumption that conserving biodiversity will help to tackle global poverty. Part of the Conservation Science and Practice Series published with the Zoological Society of London, this book explores the validity of that assumption. The book addresses a number of critical questions:
This volume will be of interest to policy-makers, practitioners and researchers concerned with understanding the potential - and limitations - of integrated approaches to biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation.
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ThePotentialRealised andEssential Ecosystem Service BenefitsofBiodiversity Conservation
Poor What Biodiversity?
Are the Poor
Biodiversity and Poverty Relationships
Forests Poverty andRemoteness Influence of ForestDwellersonBiodiversity Influence of ConservationActivitieson Poverty
Linking Biodiversityand Poverty Alleviation inthe
CommunityBased Natural Resource
Introduction CommunityBased NaturalResource Management in Namibia
Biodiversityand Poverty Relationships in theContextofGlobal Challenges
Key Challenges for Successful Enterprise
Pastoralism and ConservationWho Benefits?
Local OrganisationsAn EntryPoint for Conservation and Poverty
Biodiversity Isnt JustWildlifeConserving Agricultural Biodiversityas a Vital Contributionto
What Affects Who Experiences the Impacts of Protected Areas
Biodiversity Poverty and Climate ChangeNew Challenges and Opportunities
Conservation inthe Anthropocene Biodiversity
Tackling Global Poverty What Contribution