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Year: 2015
Climate and human-driven changes play an important role in regional droughts
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Year: 2015
Watersheds are key geographical features that supply a wide range of important environmental and agricultural services
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Year: 2015
In this study, we undertake a choice experiment in order to identify differences in local demand for watershed services in the Koshi basin of Nepal
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Year: 2015
This publication was prepared to raise awareness about, and improve our understanding of, the customary rights of indigenous and local communities in relation to the use of biological resources and associated traditional knowledge and to enhance their capacity to negotiate at the time of bio-prospecting
Year: 2015
Mountain ecosystems are increasingly being affected by global environmental change, challenging the ubiquitous agro-ecosystem-based livelihoods of the people
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Year: 2014
Human activities and climate change are key factors impacting ecosystem functions and its goods and services, which are important to the livelihoods of mountain communities
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Year: 2014
Payment for ecosystem services (PESs) is part of a new and more direct conservation and management paradigm explicitly recognizing: (1) the need to bridge the interests of communities connected by ecosystems, (2) the costs of securing and maintaining the provision of different ecosystem services and (3) that those who benefit from these services need to pay for these costs
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Year: 2014
This study contributes to the limited empirical literature on the applicability of non-market valuation surveys, including Choice Experiments, in developing countries
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Year: 2014
Deforestation is a major environmental challenge in the mountain areas of Pakistan
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Year: 2012
The publication describes how a shift from a more traditional ‘sustainable forest management’ approach (with a key role for central government) to a ‘sector governance’ approach oriented towards the inclusion of all relevant actors in the sector (government, non-government, community groups and private sector) led to a better performance of the programme
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