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Bibliographic database

With 2127 titles, this bibliographic database once provided a comprehensive list of published literature on conservation-poverty linkages. The database was maintained from 2012 - 2016 and was updated monthly with those journal articles and publications that were 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.

Note this database has not been updated since 2016. We do, however, maintain an offline archive of publications that we include in the PCLG News and PCLG Digest, and if you would like to see this archive to inform your research then get in contact pclg@iied.org and we can share this with you.

Displaying 1901 - 1925 of 2127 titles

Biodiversity: population versus ecosystem stability,
Published: 1996

The relationships between biodiversity and stability were determined for both population and ecosystem traits in a long—term study of 207 grassland plots. Results demonstrate that biodiversity stabilizes community and ecosystem processes, but not...

Borrini-Feyerabend, G.,
Published: 1996

The term 'collaborative management' of protected areas refers to a partnership by which various stakeholders agree on sharing among themselves the management functions, rights and responsibilities for a territory or set of resources under protected...

Alder, J.,
Published: 1996

This article presents an analysis of a survey of the current state of marine protected area (MPA) management and describes possible factors associated with their perceived success throughout the tropics. Considerable progress has been made in the...

Daily, G. C. , Ehrlich, P.R.,
Published: 1996

Although improvements in human health represent a crucial aspect of development worldwide, many trends associated with development and global change appear to be reducing health security. In this article, we define the human epidemiological...

WWF,
Published: 1996

Principles for partnership between WWF and indigenous peoples' organizations in conserving biodiversity within indigenous peoples' lands and territories, and in promoting sustainable use of natural resources.

Heath, J., Binswanger, H.,
Published: 1996

The sustainability of natural resource use is influenced by population pressure, but this exercises a much less critical impact than the overall policy framework. In Colombia, various agricultural and other policies whose effect is to constrain the...

Tilman, D., Wedin, D., Knops , J.,
Published: 1996

The functioning and sustainability of ecosystems may depend on their biological diversity. Elton's hypothesis that more diverse ecosystems are more stable has received much attention, but Darwin's proposal that more diverse plant communities are more...

Sizer, N.,
Published: 1996

Guyana's abundant forest resources, encompassing 85 percent of its land area at the heart of the Guiana Shield, represent the largest remaining intact tropical forest frontier in the world. Small wonder this nation is under enormous pressure to sell...

Vandergeest, P.,
Published: 1996

Conflicts between local people and managers of protected areas (PAs) have often undermined conservation goals in Asia. Since the 1970s, conservation planners have tried to address these problems by incorporating rural development into PA planning....

Sekhran, N.,
Published: 1996

This paper reports on the challenges to establishing a representative system of protected areas in Papua New Guinea (PNG) using development as a conservation tool. In doing so, it assesses the issues that must be taken on board within PNG in...

Kramer, R.,
Published: 1996

This paper discusses some of the work that has been done on cost estimation of biodiversity conservation for protected areas in the tropics. It also summarizes some conceptual and practical considerations related to compensating local residents who...

Lindberg, C.,
Published: 1996

The objective of this study is to increase understanding of linkages between household poverty, land degradation and social stratification in semi-arid zones in Tanzania. The study focuses on the poorest households and their perspective. Historical...

Hobbs, J.J.,
Published: 1996

Four bedouin tribes have traditional territories in the 4,500-square-kilometer area of Egypt's southern Sinai Peninsula that is designated to become the St. Katherine National Park. Discussions with members of the four tribes revealed what benefits...

Leach, M., Mearns, R.,
Published: 1996

This work questions the reasoning behind Western images of the environmental destruction taking place in Africa. It asks how environmental orthodoxies become established, and what the alternative and appropriate approaches for policy-making are,...

Wells, M. P. ,
Published: 1996

South Africa contains an extensive, well-managed protected area network which generates considerable economic benefits from tourism, but the extensive land and financial resources required by the parks and reserves are difficult to reconcile with the...

Posey, D.A., Dutfield, G., Plenderleith, K., Silva, E. da Costa, Argumedo, A.
Published: 1996

Today, there is increasing recognition that traditional and indigenous knowledge systems can provide alternative strategies for the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources, a realisation that is strongly reflected in the Convention on...

Sponsel, L.E., Headland, T.N., Bailey, R.C.,
Published: 1996

While many studies of tropical deforestation neglect the indigenous people of the forests, this book illuminates the insights local people have into conservation of their ecosystems, the effects of habitation on those ecosystems, and the impact of...

Shyamsundar, P., Kramer, R.A.,
Published: 1996

Contingent valuation is used to value tropical forest resources for a rural population in Africa. Welfare losses from land-use restrictions associated with a newly established national park in Madagascar are estimated with a willingness-to-accept...

Brush, S.B. , Stabinsky, D.,
Published: 1996

Experts from around the world examine an innovative proposal to promote both cultural survival and biological conservation: treating cultural and indigenous knowledge as a form of intellectual property. Currently the focus of a heated debate among...

FAO,
Published: 1996

The role of wildlife in food security and income generation, especially for poorer layers of rural populations, is very important and should not be neglected. In Latin America a number of opportunities exist on how to use the wealth of wild fauna in a...

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