PCLG publications

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The PCLG periodically publishes discussion papers – usually outputs of research that we have been involved in. Our site also includes other publications related to our work and/or supported by the PCLG.

PCLG discussion papers

Poverty-Conservation Linkages: A Conceptual Framework, Discussion Paper No1, 2005

Towards an integrated system for measuring the social impact of Protected Areas, Discussion Paper No 2, 2007

Linking Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: The case of Great Apes , Discussion Paper No 3, 2010 

Conservation Enterprise – What Works, Where and for Whom? , Discussion Paper No 4, 2010

Overview of Human wildlife conflict in Cameroon, PCLG Discussion paper no 5, 2012 (French version)

Tackling human-wildlife conflict: A prerequisite for linking conservation and poverty alleviation, PCLG Discussion paper no 6, 2012

The Overlap between Conservation and Development Organisations in the Albertine Rift, Western Uganda, PCLG Discussion paper no 7, 2012

Did the National Development Plan take into account the recommendations of “Enhancing Wildlife’s Contribution to growth, employment and prosperity” report?, PCLG Discussion paper no 8, 2012

Integrating Biodiversity Conservation into National Development Policy: A case study of Cameroon, PCLG Discussion paper no 9, 2012

Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation: What constitutes good evidence?, PCLG Discussion paper no10, 2013

Linking Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: A Discussion Paper on Good and Best Practice in the Case of Great Ape Conservation, PCLG Discussion paper no11, 2013

 

PCLG briefing papers

'Land grabbing': is conservation part of the problem or the solution? Briefing paper, 2013

Biodiversity Conservation and Development Assistance: Highlights from CBD CoP10. PCLG Briefing paper, 2011

 

Directory of organisations and initiatives

These directories provide details of organisations and initiatives that have been identified through the work of the PCLG as working on poverty-conservation issues:

PCLG Directory of Poverty and Conservation Organisations and Initiatives 2005

PCLG Directory of Poverty and Conservation Organisations and Initiatives 2007

PCLG Directory of Poverty and Conservation Organisations and Initiatives 2008

PCLG Directory of Poverty and Conservation Organisations and Initiatives 2010

 

Other publications linked to PCLG work

Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: Exploring the Evidence for a Link, Dilys Roe, Joanna Elliott, Chris Sandbrook, Matt Walpole, 2013

Linking Biodiversity Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: A State of Knowledge Review, CBD Secretariat, 2010

Does Conserving Biodiversity Work to Reduce Poverty?, Leisher et al., 2010

Poverty, Biodiversity and Local Organisations: Lessons from BirdLife International, David Thomas, 2011

Biodiversity and Poverty: Ten Frequently Asked Questions – Ten Policy Implications, Roe et al., 2011

Social assessment of conservation initiatives: A review of rapid methodologies, Schreckenberg et al., 2010

Development AND Gorillas, Blomley et el., 2010

The Earthscan Reader in Poverty and Biodiversity Conservation, Roe, D. & Elliott, J., 2010

 Whither Biodiversity in Development? The integration of biodiversity in international and national poverty reduction policy. Roe, D. 2010 

 

     

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