A bibliographic database - with more than 1800 titles - provides details of the literature on conservation-poverty linkages. It can be searched for publications by key word or by theme.
An organisations database – with more than 300 organisations listed - highlights the range of organisations working on conservation-poverty linkages, including donor agencies, conservation organisations, NGOs, indigenous people's organisations and grassroots groups. The database can be searched by key word or by organisation type.
An initiatives database – with more than 30 initiatives listed - describes significant international initiatives designed to explore the links between conservation and poverty reduction, from broad poverty-environment programmes to focused single-issue agendas. The database can be searched by key word or by implementing organisation.
Many organisations are exploring the links between conservation and poverty. This page highlights details of recent and forthcoming meetings and events.
This page provides details of tools and methodologies that are relevant to the field of poverty-conservation linkages. The topics covered are biodiversity assessment, socio-economic impacts of conservation, planning tools, valuation tools and collections of tools.
The following pages provide links to other resources that people with an interest in poverty and conservation issues might find useful. The links are to relevant sites, members institutional sites, databases, networks, professional associations and so on.
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In 1992 three groups of bee farmers founded an umbrella organisation to fight rural poverty which studies had indicated to be high in the North West Region of the country. The organisation was...
The Poverty and Conservation Learning Group is an international network of organisations that promotes learning on the linkages between biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction.
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