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Year: 2017
Finding solutions to human-wildlife conflict (HWC) is one of the complex challenges conservationists and local communities have to contend with for an enduring period
Year: 2016
This research examines the impact of forest management regimes, with various degrees of restriction, on forest conservation in a dry deciduous Indian forest landscape
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Year: 2010
Vulnerability to climate change is determined, in large part, by people's adaptive capacity
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Year: 2010
CARE is implementing Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) projects that target the world's most vulnerable populations and integrating climate change into our ongoing development work
Year: 2010
The Rupa Lake Fisheries and Rehabilitation Cooperative in Nepal is involved in an PES scheme to reduce sedimentation and pollution of the lake and its wetlands, improve the  water quality, increase fish production and generate alternative income
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Year: 2010
The Rwanda Development Board-Tourism and Conservation (RDB-TC) implement a PES scheme to provide alternative livelihoods to people excluded from Volcanoes National Park (VNP) and Nyungwe National Park (NNP  ) in Rwanda
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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
In Mawphlang in NE India Community Forestry International (CFI) tested the viability of PES for forest conservation and restoration
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Year: 2010
The National Forest Commission (CONAFOR) initiated a PES program in Sierra Madre (SM)-Mexico focusing on Hydrological Environmental Services Program (PASH)
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Year: 2010
The success of achieving the social goals of Payments for Environmental Services (PES) programmes, i
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