Governing the Provision of Ecosystem Services

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ISBN: 978-94-007-5175-0 (Print) 978-94-007-5176-7 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

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    Introduction: Governing the Provision of Ecosystem Services

  3. KEY WORDS AND CONCEPTS

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      Pages 19-19

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      Pages 21-46

      Managing Tropical Forest Ecosystem Services: An Overview of Options

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      Pages 47-65

      Partnerships in Global Governance: The Growth of a Procedural Norm Without Substance?

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      Pages 67-86

      Ecosystem Services and Payments for Environmental Services: Two Sides of the Same Coin?

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      Pages 87-107

      Property Rights and Government Involvement in Market-Like Biodiversity Conservation: An Empirical Analysis of Bioprospecting

  4. The construction and evolution of governance regimes

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      Pages 109-109

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      Pages 111-132

      Political Transformation and Watershed Governance in Java: Actors and Interests

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      Pages 133-147

      Watershed Development, Decentralisation and Institutional Change: Insights from the Mechanism Design Theory

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      Pages 149-169

      Sharing the Costs and Benefits of Marine Protected Areas: Implications for Good Coastal Resource Governance

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      Pages 171-189

      Indigenous Development Through Payments for Environmental Services in Arnhem Land, Australia: A Critical Analysis

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      Pages 191-205

      A Nested Institutional Approach for Managing Bundle Ecosystem Services: Experience from Managing Satoyama Landscapes in Japan

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      Pages 207-233

      Institutional and Historical Analysis of Payments for Ecosystem Services in Madagascar

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      Pages 235-255

      The Governance of Costa Rica’s Programme of Payments for Environmental Services: A Stakeholder’s Perspective

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      Pages 257-277

      Governance Across Multiple Levels of Agri-environmental Measures in France

  5. THE SOCIAL EMBEDDING OF PES

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 279-279

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      Pages 281-302

      Indigenous Protected Areas in Australia: The Importance of Geophysical and Institutional Scale in Assessing Their Effectiveness for Biodiversity Conservation

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      Pages 303-318

      Governing Forests for Provisioning Services: The Example of Honey Production in Southwest Ethiopia

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      Pages 319-332

      Investing in Sustainable Use of Biodiversity for Social Benefit in Brazil

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      Pages 333-355

      Integrating Agroecology with Payments for Ecosystem Services in Santa Catarina’s Atlantic Forest

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      Pages 357-375

      Towards an Institutional Approach to Payments for Ecosystem Services: Perspectives from Two Nicaraguan Cases

  6. THE SPECIAL CASE OF CARBON MARKETS

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      Pages 377-377

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      Pages 379-394

      A Policy Mix to Finance Protected Areas in Mato Grosso, Brazil

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      Pages 395-417

      Forest Carbon Credits Generation in Brazil: The Case of Small Farmers

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