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Valuing Services: An Analysis of the Ability and Willingness to Protect Forest-based Environmental Services in the Asia-Pacific










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    Assessing the Protection of Forest-based Environmental Services in the Greater Mekong Subregion 2009
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    This paper examines the drivers of deforestation and the loss of forest services, and the various mechanisms that exist to protect forests in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). In most cases policy mechanisms play a greater role in forest protection than payment for environmental services (PES) which has yet to develop in the subregion. Scenarios presented suggest that higher income countries will have much greater scope in protecting forest environmental services that low income countries.
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    Perspectives of Environmental Civil Society Organisations on Forestry in the Asia-Pacific Region: Outlook To 2010
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    1998
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    A discussion of the concerns of the environmental movement in the Asia-Pacific region with reference to biological diversity, forest loss, indigenous and forest-dependant people and climate change. The environmental perspective of different aspects of forestry development in the region is elucidated. Three possible scenarios for the future are presented depending on the level of achievement of environmental goals.
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    Status, Trends And Future Scenarios For Forest Conservation Including Protected Areas In The Asia-Pacific Region
    Asia-Pacific Forestry Sector Outlook Study Working Paper No: APFSOS/WP/04
    1997
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    An overview of protected areas in the Asia-Pacific with the prospects for their future development. The coverage of different ecosystems by the current network of protected areas is analysed and priority areas are identified. The outlook for investment in conservation in the region is covered, as are the future prospects for forest management outside of protected areas.

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