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- Chen, Xiaodong, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Conservation biology 2016 v.30 no.4 pp. 827-835
- Ailuropoda melanoleuca; conservation areas; data collection; ecosystem services; forests; issues and policy; livelihood; local government; models; people; satellites; wildlife; wildlife habitats; China
- ... Conflicts between local people's livelihoods and conservation have led to many unsuccessful conservation efforts and have stimulated debates on policies that might simultaneously promote sustainable management of protected areas and improve the living conditions of local people. Many government‐sponsored payments‐for‐ecosystem‐services (PES) schemes have been implemented around the world. However, ...
- CHEN, XIAODONG, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Conservation biology 2010 v.24 no.6 pp. 1469-1478
- conservation areas; ecosystem services; households; opportunity costs; prices; China
- ... Ecosystem services are being protected and restored worldwide through payments for ecosystem services in which participants are paid to alter their land‐management approaches to benefit the environment. The efficiency of such investments depends on the design of the payment scheme. Land features have been used to measure the environmental benefits of and amount of payment for land enrollment in pa ...