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Biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation : exploring the evidence for a link / edited by Dilys Roe, Joanna Elliott, Chris Sandbrook, and Matt Walpole.

Contributor(s): Roe, Dilys.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Conservation science and practice series: Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118428511; 111842851X; 9781118428436; 1118428439; 9781118428481; 111842848X; 9781118428351; 1118428358; 9781283993654; 1283993651.Subject(s): Biodiversity conservation -- Economic aspects | Poverty -- Prevention -- Environmental aspects | Biodiversity conservation -- Economic aspects | Poverty -- Prevention -- Environmental aspects | NATURE -- Animals -- Wildlife | SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Biological DiversityGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation.DDC classification: 333.95/16 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
Contents:
pt. 1. Biodiversity, ecosystem services and poverty : the potential for synergies -- pt. 2. Biodiversity and poverty relationships in different ecological settings -- pt. 3. Poverty impacts of different conservation interventions -- pt. 4. Distributional and institutional issues -- pt. 5. Biodiversity and poverty relationships in the context of global challenges.
Summary: Biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation are both important societal goals demanding increasing international attention. While they may seem to be unrelated, the international policy frameworks that guide action to address them make an explicit assumption that conserving biodiversity will help to tackle global poverty. Part of the Conservation Science and Practice Series published with the Zoological Society of London, this book explores the validity of that assumption. The book addresses a number of critical questions: Which aspects of biodiversity are of value.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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pt. 1. Biodiversity, ecosystem services and poverty : the potential for synergies -- pt. 2. Biodiversity and poverty relationships in different ecological settings -- pt. 3. Poverty impacts of different conservation interventions -- pt. 4. Distributional and institutional issues -- pt. 5. Biodiversity and poverty relationships in the context of global challenges.

Biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation are both important societal goals demanding increasing international attention. While they may seem to be unrelated, the international policy frameworks that guide action to address them make an explicit assumption that conserving biodiversity will help to tackle global poverty. Part of the Conservation Science and Practice Series published with the Zoological Society of London, this book explores the validity of that assumption. The book addresses a number of critical questions: Which aspects of biodiversity are of value.

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