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Year: 2014
Freshwater ecosystems are important for global biodiversity and provide essential ecosystem services
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Year: 2012
The report focuses on the need to recognize the ecosystem services provided by wetlands and forests, to improve livelihoods and meet rising water demands
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Year: 2010
The Situation Analyses of the Wami and Ruvu (including coastal rivers) sub-basins were produced as separate analyses of the status, conditions and key issues affecting ecosystems in each basin using existing available information
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Year: 2010
With a large percentage of the world’s population moving to urban areas, clean, affordable and timely supply of drinking and domestic water to its residents has become a priority
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Year: 2010
The Loktak RUPES II initiative in Manipur, India was launched to promote sustainable water management for ecological restoration and poverty alleviation
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Year: 2010
This article focuses on a PES pilot on tourism in the Jigme Singye Wangchuk National Park of Bhutan in 2006
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Year: 2010
To address the problem of animal waste in Hoa Binh Province of North Viet Nam, a PES-like scheme for pig farmers  has been developed since 2006
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Year: 2010
As an alternative to the “command-and-control” approach, increasing enthusiasm for market-based instruments (MBI) in environmental management arose in the early 80s
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Year: 2010
The article is on Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) carbon forestry projects in the Philippines for land management, adaptation to climate variability to secure food sources, and securing additional income for local community
Year: 2009
This book is the latest publication in the Advances in Global Change Research series published by Springer
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