SD5 Environmental services

Environmental services

2013. Who gains and who loses from compensated displacement from protected areas? The case of the Derema corridor, Tanzania. Conservation & Society 11(2): 97-111

Authors: 
Rantala, S E, Vihemäki, H, Swallow, B M, Jambiya, G
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p97-11
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http://www.conservationandsociety.org/temp/ConservatSoc11297-308579_083417.pdf
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http://www.worldagroforestry.org/our_products/publications/details?node=54323

World Environment Day: Reducing our foodprint with trees

5 June 2013—Today is World Environment Day.

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World Environment Day: Reducing our foodprint with trees
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Farming with useful trees and shrubs reduces our foodprint, woodprint and fuelprint

2013 Sustainable agricultural intensification and its role on the climate resilient green economy initiative in Ethiopia. Report of the 3rd national platform meeting on land and water management in Ethiopia

Authors: 
Mekonnen, K Amede, T Duncan, A Gebrekirstos, A
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20p
Url: 
http://www.worldagroforestry.org/downloads/publications/PDFs/RP13024.PDF
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http://www.worldagroforestry.org/our_products/publications/details?node=54227

The African walnut: An ‘unconventional liana’ full of promise

This strong, rambling vine originates in the humid tropical forests of West and Central Africa.

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The African walnut: An ‘unconventional liana’ full of promise
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Domesticated and well marketed, the African walnut could bring sizeable income and environmental benefits to smallholder farmers

Bioenergy gathers pace

As part of efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions and thus mitigate climate change, the use of bioenergy is gathering pace around the world.

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Bioenergy gathers pace
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The shift to cleaner, greener fuels is gaining traction, but it must not ignore pervasive issues like food security and environmental sustainability

2012 Commoditized or co-invested environmental services? Rewards for environmental services scheme: river care program ICRAF Working paper no. 148

Authors: 
Pasha, R Asmawan, T Leimona, B Setiawan, E Wijaya, CI
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27p.
Url: 
http://www.worldagroforestry.org/downloads/publications/PDFs/WP12051.PDF
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http://www.worldagroforestry.org/our_products/publications/details?node=54011

Global estimates of the value of ecosystems and their services in monetary units Ecosystem Services 1 (1): 50-61

Authors: 
de Groot, R Brander, L van der Ploeg, S Costanza, R Bernard, F Braat, L Christie, M Crossman, N Ghermandi, A Hein, L Hussain, S Kumar, P McVittie, A Portela, R Rodriguez, LC ten Brink, P van Beukering, P
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212041612000101

Smallholders in East Africa are embracing climate-resilient farming

Landmark survey finds adaptation to climate change taking root on small farms

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Smallholders in East Africa are embracing climate-resilient farming
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Smallholders across East Africa are embracing climate-resilient farming approaches and technologies.

Investing in environmental-services stewardship works for everyone

Nature provides numerous life-supporting services whose true economic value is not always fully recognized.

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Investing in environmental-services stewardship works for everyone
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A new review says a fresh way of thinking is needed if environmental-services-payments schemes are to bring benefits to all, including the rural poor in developing countries.
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