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Title Governing the provision of ecosystem services [electronic resource] / Roldan Muradian, Laura Rival, editors.
Publication Info. Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, c2013.
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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOKS-DDA    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 1 online resource.
Series Studies in ecological economics ; v. 4.
Note Printed edition:9789400751750.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Introduction: governing the provision of ecosystem services -- Part I. Keywords and concepts. 2. Managing tropical forest ecosystem services: an overview of options ; 3. Partnerships in global governance: the growth of a procedural norm without substance? ; 4. Ecosystem services and payment for environmental services: two sides of the same coin? ; 5. Property rights and government involvement in market-like biodiversity conservation: empirical analysis of bioprospecting -- Part II. The construction and evolution of governance regimes ; 6. Political transformation and watershed governance in Java: actors and interests ; 7. Watershed development, decentralization and institutional change: insights from the mechanism design theory ; 8. Sharing the costs and benefits of marine protected areas: implications for good coastal resource governance ; 9. Indigenous development through payments for environmental services in Arnhem Land, Australia: a critical analysis ; 10. A nested institutional approach for managing bundle ecosystem services: experience from managing Satoyama landscapes in Japan ; 11. Institutional and historical analysis of payments for ecosystem services in Madagascar ; 12. The governance of Costa Rica's programme of payments for environmental services: a stakeholders' perspective ; 13. Governance across multiple levels of agri-environmental measures in France -- Part III. The social embedding of Pes. 14. Indigenous protected areas in Australia: the importance of geophysical and institutional scale in assessing their effectiveness for biodiversity conservation ; 15. Governing forests for environmental provisioning services: the example of honey production in southwest Ethiopia ; 16. Investing in sustainable use of biodiversity for social benefit in Brazil ; 17. Integrating agroecology with payments for ecosystem services in Santa Catarina's Atlantic forest ; 18. Towards an institutional approach of payments for ecosystem services: supply and demand perspectives from two case studies in the Nicaraguan Agricultural frontier -- Part IV. The special case of carbon markets ; 19. A policy mix to finance protected areas in Mato Grosso, Brazil ; 20. Forest carbon credits generation in Brazil: the case of small farmers ; 21. Carbon sequestration projects in the Peruvian tropical forest ; 22. On-farm tree planting in Ghana's high forest zone: the need to consider carbon payments ; 23. Ecosystem services and environmental governance: some concluding remarks.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Subject Ecosystem services.
Added Author Muradian, Roldan.
Rival, Laura M.
Ebooks Corporation
ISBN 9789400751767 (electronic bk.)
9400751761 (electronic bk.)
9789400751750
Standard No. 10.1007/978-94-007-5176-7
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