- ethiopia | Forestry Local Institutions and Better Forests: Empirical Evidence from Household Data This research aims to enhance informed policy-making and sustainable management of natural resources in Ethiopia through furthering our understanding of the factors that contribute to success (better outcome in forest commons). The research intends to investigate the interplay between the user characteristics, resource characteristics, and the institutional regime as they determine better forest outcome at a more deeper level using household level dataset.
- ethiopia | Forestry Does one size fit all? Heterogeneity in the valuation of community forestry programs Through the implementation of a choice experiment valuation exercise, this study set out to identify the set of community plantation attributes that impact the welfare of potential community forestry program participants. Gelo, Dambala and Steven F. Koch, 2012, "Does one size fit all? Heterogeneity in the valuation of community forestry programs", Ecological Economics, 74:85-94
- eeu sweden | Forestry The Natural Forest Protection Program in China: A contingent valuation study in Heilongjiang province In 1998 the Chinese government implemented the Natural Forest Protection Program, NFPP, which included logging restrictions, protected areas, replanting, and a range of other policies aimed at safeguarding the state of the country’s forests and reducing the risk of erosion and flooding. Edström,F., H. Nilsson and Jesper Stage,2012,"The Natural Forest Protection Program in China: A contingent valuation study in Heilongjiang province",Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering,B1(3):426–432.
- tanzania | Forestry Sizing Protected Areas within a Landscape: The Roles of Villagers’ Reaction and the Ecological-Socioeconomic Setting Traditionally, siting and sizing decisions for parks and reserves reflected ecological characteristics but typically failed to consider ecological costs created from displaced resource collection, welfare costs on nearby rural people, and enforcement costs. Robinson, Elizabeth J.Z., Heidi J. Albers, and Jeffrey C. Williams, 2011, “Sizing Protected Areas within a Landscape: The Roles of Villagers’ Reaction and the Ecological-Socioeconomic Setting,” Land Economics 87(2):233-249
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