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IUCN Publication

Equidad y REDD+ en Perú

La investigación-acción de equidad y REDD+ realizada en Perú apuntó a responder las siguientes preguntas:1. Qué significa «equidad» y cómo se relaciona con las iniciativas de conservación y manejo sostenible de los bosques vinculadas al cambio climático, como REDD+?; 2.

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2017
IUCN Publication

Equidad, REDD+ y distribución de beneficios en México

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2016
Non IUCN Publication

Social assessment of conservation initiatives : a review of rapid methodologies

Despite widely voiced concerns about some of the negative implications of protected areas, and growing pressures to ensure that they fulfil social as well as ecological objectives, no standard methods exist to assess social impacts. This report aims to provide some.

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2010
Non IUCN Publication

Development and gorillas? : assessing fifteen years of integrated conservation and development in south-western Uganda

This report summarises the findings of a study, conducted between 2001 and 2002, which aimed to test the effectiveness of these strategies in reconciling biodiversity conservation and socio-economic development interests, in particular through interventions that both improved livelihoods and resu

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2010
IUCN Publication

As áreas protegidas podem contribuir para a redução da pobreza ? Oportunidades e limitações

Poverty has become the central concern for development agencies, and because many of the areas that are most important for conserving biodiversity are occupied by poor people, or have poor people living around them, the relationship between poverty and protected areas can no longer be ignored.

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2006
IUCN Publication

Can protected areas contribute to poverty reduction ? Opportunities and limitations

Poverty has become the central concern for development agencies, and because many of the areas that are most important for conserving biodiversity are occupied by poor people, or have poor people living around them, the relationship between poverty and protected areas can no longer be ignored.

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2004