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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 2026 - 2050 of 2127 titles

Colchester, M., Lohmann, L.,
Published: 1993

Deforestation, they tell us, is caused by 'poverty', 'over-population' and 'under-development'. The solutions are therefore obvious-fewer people and more development. This book challenges these assumptions. Deforestation, it argues, is an expression...

Weitzman, M. L.,
Published: 1993

This paper attempts to demonstrate how “diversity theory” can be applied to the analysis of real-world conservation policies. The specific example chosen to serve as a paradigm concerns preservation priorities among the fifteen species of cranes...

Sen, G.,
Published: 1992

Indigenous Vision examines the respect indigenous cultures hold for the planet and various facets of their environmental practices.

Sandlund, O.T., Hindar, K., Brown, A.H.D.,
Published: 1992

In this volume, leading world authorities present the state of the art of conservation biology, and advise on how this knowledge can be used to further the goals of the World Commission on Environment and Development as stated in its famed report, \"...

Cleaver, K.M., Dyson, M., Others,
Published: 1992
Preston, L.T.,
Published: 1992

This report comprises the text of an address given by the President of the World Bank Group to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development. The address emphasizes the role that international institutions must play in bringing about a...

Hopkins, J.H., Conway, D.,
Published: 1992

Ethical and pragmatic conflicts over development and the environment are dramatically visible in Chile and Costa Rica, the countries used as case studies for this paper. Environmental protection and conservation in Chile are viewed in the context of...

Anderson, A.B.,
Published: 1992

Alternatives to Deforestation explores some of the possible sustainable uses of the world's largest rain forest, the Amazon. The collection by scientists, policymakers, and foundations presents innovative approaches and technologies that will permit...

Brandon, K.E., Wells, M.,
Published: 1992

Integrated Conservation-Development Projects (ICDPs) attempt to link biodiversity conservation in protected areas with social and economic development in surrounding communities. The performance of ICDPs thus far has been hampered by numerous...

MacNeill, J., Winsemius, P., Yakushiji, T.,
Published: 1992

Jim MacNeill was the principal author of Our Common Future, hailed as `the most important document of the decade on the future of the world'. Beyond Interdependence builds on that report to demonstrate the relationship between the global environment,...

Wells, M.,
Published: 1992

Considerable progress has been made recently in identifying and measuring protected area economic costs and benefits in developing countries. This paper departs from this approach by concentrating not on the measurement of total economic costs and...

Redford, K.H., Padoch, C.,
Published: 1992

The destruction of tropical forests is intimately intertwined with the fate of the rural poor who rely on this resource for their livelihood. Conservation of Neotropical Forests provides important information for understanding the interactions of...

Brown, M., Wyckoff-Baird, B.,
Published: 1992

Policy-oriented document that reviews principles of ICPD design, methods and tools for their implementation, and case studies, mostly from Africa and Southeast Asia

Ahuja, S.P.,
Published: 1992
FAO,
Published: 1992

This report summarizes the current state of understanding regarding the links between forestry and food security. It is the result of a series of investigations begun in 1985 in response to the widely felt concern that excessive deforestation is...

FAO,
Published: 1992

For centuries, individuals and communities have been able to live in harmony with their environment, but during the past decades the rapid growth of populations and the higher expectations which have been generated throughout the world have led to an...

WRI, IUCN, UNEP, FAO, UNESCO
Published: 1992

In September 1989 WRI, IUCN, and UNEP, spearheaded an unprecedented three-year initiative to develop a program to prevent destruction of the world's biodiversity. An International Coordinating Group was established and partner organizations around the...

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