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Year: 2015
Payment for ecosystem services (PES) is commonly defined as a market-based environmental policy instrument to efficiently achieve ecosystem services provision
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Year: 2014
There is a growing quest for synergy between mitigation and adaptation due to concerns of inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the compartmentalized approaches to climate change
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Year: 2014
Currently, mitigation and adaptation measures are handled separately, due to differences in priorities for the measures and segregated planning and implementation policies at international and national levels
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Year: 2014
The REDD-ALERT (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation from Alternative Land Uses in the Rainforests of the Tropics) project started in 2009 and finished in 2012, and had the aim of evaluating mechanisms that translate international-level agreements into instruments that would help change the behaviour of land users while minimising adverse repercussions on their livelihoods
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Year: 2011
Domestication of desirable forest resources in agroforestry is expected to contribute to community based forest conservation efforts, but there may be an optimum level of domestication in this respect
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Year: 2011
Managers of agro-ecosystems trade off food production and livelihood strategies against environmental services
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Year: 2011
In a tsunami event human casualties and infrastructure damage are determined predominantly by seaquake intensity and offshore properties
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Year: 2010
Global climate change will likely increase temperature and variation in precipitation in the Himalayas, modifying both supply of and demand for water
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