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  • 11-April-2003

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    The "Sale" of Biodiversity to Nature Tourists

    This paper discusses the “sale” of biodiversity to tourists, and the contribution this activity makes to conservation. In this context, the sale of biodiversity refers to entrance or other fees charged to visitors in return for granting them access to public or private natural areas. Many areas do not charge fees, so in some cases access is free and open rather than sold and restricted. Nonetheless, a substantial, and apparently

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  • 18-mars-2003

    Français

    Améliorer la gestion de l'eau : Contribution de l'OCDE au troisième Forum mondial de l'eau (Japon, 16-23 mars 2003)

    Des hauts responsables du monde entier et des experts en gestion de l'eau se sont réunis à l'occasion du Troisième Forum mondial de l'eau, qui s'est tenu au Japon du 16 au 23 mars 2003, pour mettre au point un plan d'action à l'échelle internationale visant à réduire de moitié le nombre de personnes qui dans le monde n'ont pas accès à l'eau potable et à des conditions sanitaires satisfaisantes.

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  • 6-mars-2003

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  • 10-April-2002

    English

    Private Study of Protected Land in Southern Africa: A Review Of Markets, Approaches, Barriers And Issues

    This paper represents a first attempt to assess the role of the private sector in supplying protected land or 'land under wildlife' in southern Africa. Although limited information exists on private conservation initiatives, it is possible to con...

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  • 5-April-2002

    English

    Environmental Benefits of Foreign Direct Investment: A Literature Review

    This report presents a literature review of issues associated with the environmental benefits of foreign direct investment (FDI). It reviews recent trends in FDI and looks into specific issues linked to the effects of FDI on the environment, incl...

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  • 2-April-2002

    English

    Economic Valuation as incentive measure and support for decision-making

    It is possible to employ a broad range of implicit and explicit, quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods for biodiversity policy decision-making.

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  • 29-March-2002

    English

    The Biodiversity Benefits of Coral Reef Ecosystems: Values And Markets

    In most tropical countries, coral reef ecosystems provide many goods and services to coastal populations, such as subsistence and commercial fishery, tourism, coastal protection and biodiversity. A variety of anthropogenic practices threatens ree...

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  • 29-March-2002

    English

    The Insurance Industry and the Conservation of Biological Diversity: An Analysis Of The Prospects For Market Creation

    An increasing number of markets is being created for the services that are yielded by biological diversity. Such markets take the form of paying, in one way or the other, for those services. An important way in which environmental risks can be re...

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  • 28-March-2002

    English

    The Development of Markets and Economic Incentives for Sustainable Forestry: Application to the Brazilian Amazon

    This paper examines the challenge of improving the economic viability of sustainable forestry and development of new markets, suggesting a variety of ways to structure leases and a number of policies to implement the process of demand augmentation and ecological certification programs.

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  • 21-March-2002

    English

    Market Creation: Organic Agriculture in The Netherlands

    Organic agriculture showed a strong growth in recent years (annual growth up to 25%) and it is expected that its economic significance will increase sharply. There is a steady increase in the number of farms that are switching to organic agricu...

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