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000014314 245__ $$aList of abstracts of articles in the MF Bulletin, January 2010 issue
000014314 260__ $$c2009
000014314 260__ $$bMountain Forum
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000014314 507__ $$aMFOLL
000014314 520__ $$a<!--HTML-->The 2010 Janauray edition of Mountain FOrum Bulletin mainly focuses on the articles' based on Payment of Environmental Services in Mountain Areas of different parts of the world. The bulletin contains total thirty two case articles and consists of activities done on PES in different environmental resources such as agriculture, water,carbon, biodiversity, ecotoursim and forest. <br /> <br /> The list of articles included in the Bulletin are:<br /> <br /> 1. Paying for Environmental Services: Using the Contingent Valuation Method to Estimate Willingness to Pay for Conservation in the Sho&rsquo;llet&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Forest, Peru<br /> 2. A Case of Voluntary Collection for Environmental Services, Zapalinam&eacute;, Mexico<br /> 3. Conservation of water sources in Moyobamba: A brief review of the first experience in payments for ecosystem services<br /> 4. Valuing Watersheds in Rural Landscapes: A Case Study from Nepal<br /> 5. Payment for Forest Environmental Services: A Pilot Government Policy in the Dong Nai River Basin, Vietnam<br /> 6. Protecting Environmental Services in Vittel, France: A Business Opportunity for the Private Sector<br /> 7. Payments for the protection of watershed services: A potential&nbsp; tool for improving protection of &ldquo;paper parks&rdquo; in Latin America?<br /> 8. Complementary Environmental Service Reward Programmes for Sustainable Mosaic Landscapes in the Sierra Madre de Chiapas, Mexico<br /> 9. Using water funds to finance watershed conservation in the Andes and Costa Rica<br /> 10.Local governmental-led PES for watershed protection: Cases from the Philippines<br /> 11.The Cloud Forests of Quillosara: A Local Government Initiative to Establish a Compensation Mechanism for Environmental Services in Ecuador <br /> 12.Using Payments for Environmental Services to improve conservation&nbsp; in a Tunisian Watershed<br /> 13.Payment for Environmental Services for Sustainable Water Management in Loktak Lake, Manipur<br /> 14.Compensation for Hydrological Services in Bolivia: The Comarapa Municipal Water Fund <br /> 15.Using Waste Land for Afforestation: Assessing the Results of the First Registered CDM Forestry Project<br /> 16.Delivering Environmental Services in Landscapes: Lessons Learned from Experience with PES&nbsp; through IUCN&rsquo;s Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy<br /> 17.Introduction to the SARD-M Project: An Initiative of FAO, Rome, for Remuneration of Positive Externalities in Mountain Regions<br /> 18.Organic Farming: Enhancing Environmental Services from Farmland in Austria<br /> 19.Using a Biogas Scheme to Control Soil Erosion on Sloping Lands, North Vietnam<br /> 20.Can Payments support Environmental Services from Farmland?<br /> 21.Honeybees as Providers of Pollination Services<br /> 22.Snow Leopards and &lsquo;Himalayan Homestays&rsquo;: Catalysts for Community-Based Conservation in Mountain Areas<br /> 23.The Voluntary Gopher Tortoise Habitat Credit Trading System<br /> 24.Rewards for Environmental services and collective land tenure: Lessons from Ecuador and Indonesia<br /> 25.Valuing Environmental Services for Recreation in the Margalla Hills National Park, Islamabad<br /> 26.Tourism and Payments for Environmental Services: The Outlook for a Stronger Business Case to Develop Rural Tourism in Bhutan<br /> 27.From Poachers to Park Wardens: Revenue sharing scheme as an incentive for environmental protection in Rwanda<br /> 28.The Rh&ouml;n Biosphere Reserve: Developing New Financing Options to Conserve a Traditional Agricultural Landscape<br /> 29.Khasi Community Landscape Restoration and Conservation Project: Mawhplang Lyngdohship, Meghalaya<br /> 30.Payments for Carbon Sequestration in the Philippines: Lessons and Implications<br /> 31.Can Nepal Benefit from Forest Carbon Financing : An assessment of opportunities, challenges and possible action<br /> 32.Valuing the Services provided by forest and agro ecosystems in the Central Himalaya, India
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000014314 653__ $$aAustria
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000014314 653__ $$aChina
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000014314 653__ $$aFrance
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000014314 653__ $$aMexico
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000014314 653__ $$aPakistan
000014314 653__ $$aPeru
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000014314 653__ $$apollution
000014314 653__ $$aSwitzerland
000014314 653__ $$atree
000014314 653__ $$aUnited States
000014314 653__ $$aVietnam
000014314 653__ $$awater
000014314 653__ $$awatersheds
000014314 650__ $$aMountain livelihoods
000014314 650__ $$aNatural resource management
000014314 650__ $$aFarming systems
000014314 650__ $$aForests and forestry
000014314 650__ $$aMountain tourism
000014314 650__ $$aNatural resource management
000014314 650__ $$aWater management
000014314 650__ $$aBiodiversity
000014314 691__ $$aMountain livelihoods
000014314 691__ $$aNatural resource management
000014314 691__ $$aFarming systems
000014314 691__ $$aForests and forestry
000014314 691__ $$aMountain tourism
000014314 691__ $$aNatural resource management
000014314 691__ $$aWater management
000014314 691__ $$aBiodiversity
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