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Incentives affecting biodiversity conservation and sustainable use

Caroline Ashley

Incentives affecting biodiversity conservation and sustainable use

the case of land use options in Namibia

by Caroline Ashley

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Published by Directorate of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of Environment and Tourism in Windhoek, Namibia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia.,
  • Namibia
    • Subjects:
    • Biological diversity conservation -- Economic aspects -- Namibia.,
    • Natural resources -- Namibia -- Management.,
    • Wildlife utilization -- Namibia.,
    • Livestock -- Namibia.,
    • Land use, Rural -- Namibia.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Caroline Ashley.
      SeriesResearch discussion paper ;, no. 13
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH77.N295 A84 1996
      The Physical Object
      Pagination21 p. ;
      Number of Pages21
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL341835M
      LC Control Number97981821

      Biodiversity conservation provides substantial benefits to meet immediate human needs, such as clean, consistent water flows, protection from floods and storms and a stable climate. The loss of biodiversity is dangerous and its consequences are immediate: cultural diversity and biodiversity are intimately related to each other. If we lose one, we. Including “forest conservation” as a mitigation option within REDD+ (FCCC a,b,c; Parker et al. ) would also be promising for biodiversity conservation, as it would provide incentives for countries to conserve large areas of forests even if these forests are currently not by:

      India Business and Biodiversity Initiative (IBBI) Businesses are major stakeholders in conservation and the sustainable use of biodiversity. Once fully established, the India Business and Biodiversity Initiative will serve as a national platform for businesses and other stakeholders to pursue dialogue, share ideas and learn from each other. Biodiversity - Use and Conservation R.P. Singh and J.P. Singh The Indian subcontinent represents one of the richest diverse genetic resources. However, with the advent of cut and burn agriculture, green revolution/commercialized agriculture, the area development projects and the related activities of File Size: 34KB.

      Community-based eco-tourism (CBET) is popular as a means of supporting biodiversity conservation, particularly in developing example, by the mid s, USAID had projects, totaling >US$2 billion, with ecotourism components, and 32 of the 55 World Bank-financed projects that supported Protected Areas (PAs) in Africa between and included a CBET by: Abstract. Biological diversity is a central component of the stock of natural capital on which all economic development is based. Other things being equal, loss of biologically diversity implies loss of development potential, and its conservation through sustainable use or Cited by:


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Ecotourism, biodiversity and local development management and sustainable use of progress in developing suitable economic and market incentives for biodiversity conservation and its.

redesign -- economic incentives affecting use of natural resources. This paper illustrates the role of economic incentives in influencing the use of land-based renewable natural resources (RNR). It identify incentives which are being, or need to be, changed to promote more sustainable use and conservation of.

Incentive measures for the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity 5 FOrEwOrd Measures that provide incentives to conserve biodiversity and use its components in a sustain-able manner are increasingly recognized as an important tool to ensure that biodiversity considerations are reflected in all relevantFile Size: KB.

The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), known informally as the Biodiversity Convention, is a multilateral Convention has three main goals including: the conservation of biological diversity (or biodiversity); the sustainable use of its components; and the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from genetic t: Environmentalism, Biodiversity conservation.

Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity. Article 11 of Convention on Biological Diversity has emphasized on this issue by stating: “Each Incentives affecting biodiversity conservation and sustainable use book party shall, as far as possible and as appropriate, adopt economically and socially sound measures that act as incentives for the conservation and sustainable use components of biological diversity.”.

Secretariat of the 79 Convention on Biological Diversity CBD Technical Series No. 79 HOW SECTORS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO SUSTAINABLE USE AND CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY. Sustainable Biodiversity Conservation An Interactive Qualifying Project Report submitted to the Faculty of the WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science by Isaiah P.

Janzen Paul A. Moran Amanda L. Pollack Date: May 2, 1. Sustainability 2. Biodiversity 3. Conservation. Without the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, we will not achieve the Millennium Development Goals. However, biodiversity is being lost at an unprecedented rate.

the sustainable use of biodiversity have to be identified. Instruments and indicators for documenting the ecological effects of improper resources use, for maintaining the.

stewardship incentives are needed to facilitate mainstreaming of biodiversity. As part of its commitment to agricultural biodiversity and the interaction between biodiversity and agriculture, FAO contributes through its policies, programmes and activities to the conservation and use of biodiversity for food and Size: 2MB.

The relentless exploitation and unsustainable use of wildlife, whether for food, medicine or other uses, is a key concern for conservationists worldwide. Indeed, wildlife conservation and sustainable use have recently become centrepieces in conservation and development research.

4 | Incentives for Biodiversity Conservation T his report is an economic and policy assessment of the biologi-cal effectiveness and economic efficiency of incentive mechanisms for private landowners to conserve U.S. biodiversity. Its focus is on rural lands that tend to be used for forestry, agriculture and residential Size: 1MB.

forestry, primary land use, and information about land use programs affected landown-ers' decision to adopt conservation practic-es. Nagubadi et a]. (), found no significant effect of owner characteristics on participation in the USDA Forest Service's Stewardship Incentives Program (SIP)' in Indiana.

More recently, in the Between Conservation of biodiversity means the conservation of biotic and abiotic factors together and their interaction to provide the sustainable situation for living organisms in an ecosystem.

Market Based Incentives (MBIs) are becoming increasingly popular in the political debate on future strategies for biodiversity conservation. The reasons are twofold: (1) MBIs offer policy-makers new cost-efficient ways to reach conservation objectives using less financial resources, since MBIs use market forces to achieve their objectives.

The book is organized thematically to present a broad spectrum of issues, including the history and major governance structures in this area; the needs, problems, and prerequisites for biodiversity; area-based, species-based, and ecosystem-based conservation measures; the use of components of biodiversity and the processes affecting it.

Biodiversity — plants, animals and micro-organisms — all rely on each other, as well as the air, water and soil ecosystems. Both businesses and humans are negatively affected by biodiversity loss, and the risks of jeopardizing the health of our critical ecosystems are great.

At Ricoh, we support a sustainable society. 85(1) Matta, Alavalapati, and Mercer: Incentives for Biodiversity Conservation forest owner decision to participate in a conservation incentive program and estimate the corresponding WTA values.

In an ACE design, the products or serviœs tested for respondents" preferences are presented as sets of distinct attributes (or features) with. The conservation and sustainable use of marine biological diversity beyond areas of national jurisdiction: the economic problem However, UNCLOS does not contain any provisions relating to the conservation or use of biodiversity, except where threatened by mining activities.

Hence exploitation of the biologicalFile Size: KB. NOP Natural Resources and Biodiversity Conservation Rev02 08 31 18 Authorized Distribution: Public.

ensure that inspectors observe the conservation practices implemented, or review records that support implementation of conservation practices. • If a certified operation is implementing practices to conserve natural resources orFile Size: KB.

Sustainable land use for the 21st century May Sustainable Development in the 21st century biodiversity, which is enhanced by establishment of protected areas. Globally, protected area increased by strict enforcement of protected areas and incentives for .Usually, successful schemes combine several different types of incentives.

Incentives for ecosystem services are diverse, ranging from regulatory (permits, laws, quotes) to voluntary (certification, labelling). They can be governed by private or public actors. Payments for ecosystem services are a way to incentivise farmers.4 returns to conservation and sustainable management are high, from the perspective of a private individual it may be better to ignore some of these benefits (i.e., those accruing to others) and focus on the small subset of tradable benefits only.

Hence the conversion of nature into alternative forms of capital may be privately optimal and socially non-optimal atCited by: