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- Collier, Neil; Campbell, Bruce M.; Sandker, Marieke; Garnett, Stephen T.; Sayer, Jeffrey; Boedhihartono, Agni Klintuni
- Environmental science & policy 2011 v.14 no.6 pp. 628-638
- biodiversity; environmental science; humans; issues and policy; landscapes; livelihood; models; people; planning; tropics
- ... Addressing the conflict between biodiversity conservation and enhancing human well-being is a complex exercise that must draw upon social, economic, cultural and biophysical perspectives. Project interventions seeking to achieve a ‘balance’ between conservation and development whereby biodiversity is conserved and people's livelihoods improve need to address these broad contextual issues. However, ...
- Collins, Murray; Macdonald, Ewan A.; Clayton, Lynn; Dunggio, Iswan; Macdonald, David W.; Milner-Gulland, E.J.
- Environmental science & policy 2011 v.14 no.6 pp. 709-718
- biodiversity; carbon; case studies; climate change; conservation areas; deforestation; ecosystem services; ecosystems; emissions; humans; issues and policy; rural communities; tropical forests; viability; wildlife management; Indonesia
- ... Climate change threatens ecosystems and human society, with tropical deforestation contributing a fifth of anthropogenic carbon emissions. The proposed REDD mechanism will provide compensation for tropical forest nations to reduce deforestation, and potentially also co-benefits for rural communities and biodiversity. The success of REDD implementation will be partially determined by domestic insti ...