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The Conditions for Functional Mechanisms of Compensation and Reward for Environmental Services Ecology and Society
Swallow, Brent M.; University of Alberta; brent.swallow@ualberta.ca; Leimona, Beria; World Agroforestry Centre; L.Beria@cgiar.org; Yatich, Thomas; World Agroforestry Centre; T.Yatich@cgiar.org; Velarde, Sandra J.; World Agroforestry Centre; sjvelarde@gmail.com.
Mechanisms of compensation and reward for environmental services (CRES) are becoming increasingly contemplated as means for managing human–environment interactions. Most of the functional mechanisms in the tropics have been developed within the last 15 years; many developing countries still have had little experience with functional mechanisms. We consider the conditions that foster the origin and implementation of functional mechanisms. Deductive and inductive approaches are combined. Eight hypotheses are derived from theories of institution and policy change. Five case studies, from Latin America, Africa, and Asia, are then reviewed according to a common framework. The results suggest the following to be important conditions for functional CRES...
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed Reports Palavras-chave: Carbon sequestration; Ecosystem services; Ecotourism; Environmental services; Institutional change; Payments for environmental services; Watershed services.
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Watershed services of smallholder agriculture in the Eastern Amazon. Repositório Alice
FIGUEIREDO, R. de O.; BORNER, J.; DAVIDSON, E. A..
Abstract: Several hydrobiogeochemical research activities have been conducted in the Eastern Amazon, contributing to the understanding of how changes in forests and agro-ecosystems affect ecosystem service provision. Findings have demonstrate that good agricultural practices and the presence of natural secondary vegetation favored by smallholder farm management are important factors for hydrobiogeochemical cycling, aquatic ecosystem conservation, soil conservation, and mitigation of trace emissions from biomass burning in Amazonian small catchments. Two challenges for watershed service management arise in this context. First, low population densities and the relatively flat landscape mean that a critical mass of downstream beneficiaries of such services -...
Tipo: Parte de livro Palavras-chave: Eastern Amazon; Smallholder agriculture; Watershed services; Stream water quality; Hydrobiogeochemical; Payments for ecosystem services.; Good agricultural practices; Watershed management..
Ano: 2012 URL: http://www.alice.cnptia.embrapa.br/alice/handle/doc/953081
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