PCLG publications

The PCLG periodically publishes events reports, discussion papers, research reports and other documents– typically outputs of research that we have been involved in. This page also includes other publications related to our work or supported by the PCLG.

Discussion papers

Linking Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: A Discussion Paper on Good and Best Practice in the Case of Great Ape Conservation

PCLG discussion paper number 11, is intended to provide guidance for conservation practitioners...

Biodiversity, ecosystem services and poverty alleviation: What constitutes good evidence?

PCLG Discussion Paper number 10 is intended to stimulate debate about what consitutes good...

Tackling Human-wildlife Conflict: A Prerequisite for linking Conservation and Poverty Alleviation

The Great Apes represent a group of highly endangered species with high conservation value. They...

The Overlap between Conservation and Development Organisations in the Albertine Rift, Western Uganda

PCLG Discussion Paper number 7, uses Western Uganda as an example, this study attempts to...

Integrating Biodiversity Conservation into National Development Policy: A Case Study of Cameroon

PCLG discussion paper number 9, aims at reviewing the extent to which biodiversity conservation...

Did the National Development Plan take into account the recommendations of "Enhancing Wildlife's Contribution to growth, employment and prosperity" report?

Poverty eradication has been one the major goals of the Uganda Government since the mid-late...

Overview of Human-Wildlife Conflict in Cameroon

PCLG Discussion Paper number 5, presents an overview of human wildlife conflict (HWC) in...

Linking conservation and poverty alleviation: The case of Great Apes. An overview of current policy and practice in Africa

This report is the third PCLG output supported by the Arcus Foundation grant. The purpose of...

Towards an Integrated System for Measuring the Social Impact of Protected Areas

PCLG Discussion Paper number 2 is a brief review that outlines the strong need for gathering...

Event reports

Impacts of agro-industrial and logging activities on great ape conservation and livelihoods in Cameroon, Workshop Report

In November 2014, GREG-Forêts (an alliance of independent organisations with a shared interest...

Linking great ape conservation and poverty alleviation in DRC, Workshop Report

Great apes are iconic species that are highly valued by the international community and are a...

Lier la conservation des grands singes et la réduction de la pauvreté en RDC

Les grands singes sont des espèces emblématiques qui attirent l’attention de la communauté...

Mapping great ape conservation institutions and policies in Cameroon, Workshop Report

GREG-Forêts organized on Thursday 24th April, 2014, a wide consultation workshop to share and...

Research to Policy, U-PCLG Year 3 Planning Meeting, March 2014

Developing a Theory of Change for Improved Integrated Conservation and Development at Bwindi...

Workshop Report: Advocacy Capacity Building and Media Training Workshop

The Uganda Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (U-PCLG) is implementing a three year project...

Building Capacity for Conservation through Poverty Alleviation in Uganda: Inception Workshop Report

An Inception Workshop Report from a meeting held from the 12th to the 14th July 2012 to...

Conservation des Grands Singes et Réduction de la Pauvretté: Échange D'expériences en Afrique et Asie

Rapport mutimédia a partir de la Atelier organisé par l’Institut International pour L’...

Linking Great Ape Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: Sharing Experience from Africa and Asia

A multi-media report from a workshop organised by the International Institute for Environment...

Poverty Alleviation That Works: Informing Conservation Practice from Development Experience. Report of a DEG – PCLG Roundtable, 22 December 2011.

This report documents discussions from the “Poverty Alleviation That Works” roundtable held in...

Linking Great Ape Conservation and Poverty Alleviation: Learning from Experiences and Identifying New Opportunities

Report of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group Workshop November 16th-19th Masindi,...

Linking biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction: What, why and how?

The fundamental links between environment and development have long been accepted in principle,...

Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG) Annual Symposium 2007

On 7-8 November 2007, the Annual Symposium of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG...

Briefing papers

Sustainable conservation of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and community welfare improvement: creating a win–win situation

This PCLG policy brief argues that level of funding available for community projects under the...

Guidance note on opportunities to influence the amendment of the Uganda Wildlife Act (2000)

In November 2014, the Government of Uganda is in the process of amending the Wildlife Act, 2000....

U-PCLG Policy Memo on the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park General Management Plan 2013-23 Planning Process

The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) is responsible for the management of protected areas in...

Biodiversity Conservation and Development Assistance: Highlights from CBD CoP10

This PCLG Briefing provides a summary of the CoP10 decisions that have implications for...

Research reports

Tourism-related employment of local people around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda

This study aims to provide more information on the current tourism-related employment situation...

Mapping private sector investments and their impacts on great ape habitats in Uganda’s Albertine Rift region

An increasing number of private sector land investments in Uganda pose threats to both local...

Country reports

Nepalese Compensation Scheme – Chitwan National Park

PCLG Case Study Number 1 was put together using a framework designed to help gathering...

The Kenyan Compensation Scheme

PCLG Case Study number 2 was put together using a framework designed to help gathering...

Namibian Insurance Scheme - HACSI

PCLG case study number 3 was put together using a framework designed to help gathering...

Directories

The PCLG Directory of Poverty and Conservation Organisations and Initiatives 2010

The directory provides details of organisations and initiatives that have been identified...

About us

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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IIED The Poverty and Conservation Learning Group is a project coordinated by IIED.

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This website is funded by UK aid and the Arcus Foundation. The views expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect the views of these organisations.

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