Biodiversity protection does not undermine poverty alleviation goals in development projects, especially under sustainable finance and market mechanisms.
Our bibliographic database provides details of the literature on conservation-poverty linkages. Search for publications by key word or theme.
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Stakeholder Participation in Wildlife Management: Adapting the Nominal Group Technique in Developing Countries for Participants with Low Literacy
Assessing natural resource management through integrated environmental and social-economic accounting: The case of a Namibian conservancy
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