Bibliographic database

With 33 titles, this bibliographic database provides a comprehensive list of published literature on conservation-poverty linkages. The database has been maintained since 2012 and is updated monthly with those journal articles and publications that are featured in PCLG News and PCLG Journal Digest. You can search for publications by key word or by theme, and you can download the database into excel.

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Wieland, M, Bitariho, R, BMCT
Published: 2013

Community project success according to local people varies by location. Common good projects impact many people, and are generally seen as successful in contributing towards wellbeing. Beneficiaries of livelihood projects are appreciative of BMCT,...

McLennan, M.R., Hill, C.M.
Published: 2012

Long-term human–wildlife sympatry depends on the willingness and capacity of local people to coexist with wild animals. With human population growth and deforestation for agriculture, farmers increasingly live in proximity to wildlife, including...

Mackenzie, CA
Published: 2012

Revenue sharing aims to balance the disadvantages people encounter living next to protected areas while fostering improved conservation behaviours. In Uganda, 20% of protected area entrance fees are shared with local governments to benefit communities...

Tumuslime, DM, Videld, P
Published: 2012

Tourism and the sharing of the associated revenues with local people have been increasingly fronted as key instruments for maintaining protected areas (PAs) globally. This paper focuses on a tourism revenue sharing scheme employed in Uganda's...

Baker, J, et al, Conservation Biology
Published: 2011

Conflicts between protected-area managers and local people are common, but the drivers of conflict are rarely analyzed. This limits opportunities to identify strategies that reduce conflict and the magnitude of resulting threats to conservation....

Amos Ochieng, Masters Thesis, Wageningen University + Research Centre
Published: 2011

Sport hunting improved local attitudes towards wildlife. Local people were able to secure jobs through the project and participated in the setting of revenue sharing percentages through which the different parties receive the revenues accruing from...

Mackenzie et al
Published: 2011

The most wanted and extracted park resource by local people was wood for fuel and construction. Implementation of resource access agreements with local community associations was an effective means of reducing illegal extraction, but only if the...

Blomley, T., Namara, A., McNeilage, A., Franks, P., Rainer, H.
Published: 2010

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park are two afromontane forests considered as extremely important biodiversity areas, with global significance, due to their population of highly endangered Mountain Gorilla. Threats to...

Naughton-Trevel et al, PNAS
Published: 2010

KNP generally maintained forest cover, tree species and primate populations, whereas neighbouring communal forest patches reduced by half and showed substantial declines in tree species and primate populations. However, a bad decade for forest outside...

Moghari, N M thesis George Mason University
Published: 2009

Local support for lion conservation was mainly due to perceived economic benefits from RS. Despite local support for lion conservation, as there is no compensation for lion predation, most local people considered retaliatory killing as justified. In...

Madden, F.,
Published: 2006

Based on the author’s experience working in Bwindi and adjacent areas and the extensive research she conducted globally to design a conflict prevention and mitigation programme for Bwindi, the article outlines selected factors that significantly...

WWF,
Published: 2006

This report, commissioned by WWF and drawing on over 40 years experience in the field of species conservation, uses case studies from around the world to demonstrate that species conservation can, and is, contributing to sustainable development as...

Waldman, L., with A. Barrance, , Benítez Ramos, R.F., Gadzekpo, A., Mugyenyi, O.
Published: 2005

This report examines the processes associated with the incorporation of environmental issues into Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) in Ghana, Honduras, Uganda, and Vietnam.

Mulley, B., Unruh, J.,
Published: 2004

The potential for off-farm employment (OFE) to contribute significantly to forest conservation in the tropics is a widely held logic among donors, governments, and social scientists. While an aggregate level examination of OFE cases can support this...

Ellis, F., Freeman, H.A.,
Published: 2004

This paper compares and contrasts rural livelihoods in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi, with a view to informing rural poverty reduction policies within Poverty Reduction Strategy Plans (PRSPs).

Nkonya, E., Pender, J., Jagger, P., Sserunkuuma, D., Kaizzi, C.
Published: 2004
Bush, G.K., Nampindo, S., Aguti, C., Plumptre, A.J.,
Published: 2004

The Purpouse of this study was to develop a quantitative economic understanding of the value of forests to the local economy and its importance in local livelihoods as well as to the national and global economy.

Adams, W.M., Infield, M.,
Published: 2003

This paper discusses the competing interests in revenues derived from visitor wildlife tourism based on viewing the mountain gorilla (Gorilla gorilla beringei) in Mgahinga National Park, Uganda. Financial flows to local communities do reduce their...

Pender, J., Nkonya, E., Jagger, P., Sserunkuuma, D.
Published: 2002

This paper estimates a structural econometric model of household decisions regarding livelihood strategies, participation in organizations and technical assistance programs, crop choices, land management, and labour use, and their implications for...

Nunan, F. with , Grant, U., Bahiigwa, G., Muramira, T., Bajracharya, P.
Published: 2002

This report sets out the key findings of a study conducted between September 2000 and April 2001 to develop and pilot test a set of generic poverty–environment indicators for potential use in PRSPs. The indicators were developed through a review of...

Namara, A., Nsabagasani, X.,
Published: 2002

This paper focuses on the current status and the roles of local institutions involved in natural resource management (NRM) under the community conservation approach to protected area (PA) management around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP) in...

Muhereza, F.M.,
Published: 2002

This study critically explores the decentralizing of forest management powers in Uganda in order to determine the extent to which significant discretionary powers have shifted to popularly elected and downwardly accountable local governments.

Kazoora, C.,
Published: 2002

Worldwide, livelihood issues and poverty reduction have emerged, as major concerns in government and donor programmes. In this context, IUCN has launched a new global project to develop a strategy and approach that will enable it to convincingly...

Maclean, I.M.D., Tinch, R., Hassall, M., Boar, R.,
Published: 2002

Wetlands in Uganda have undergone considerable decline over the last thirty years as a result of clearance for agriculture and over-use of wetland resources. In this paper we examine the effects of papyrus harvesting and swamp reclamation on the net...

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