Recognizing and capturing the value of natural capital: Lessons learned from the Ankeniheny-Zahamena Forestry Corridor (CAZ), Madagascar case study Rosimeiry Portela, Ph.D.
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Approaches to Enhance Social and Gender Equity and Value Indigenous Knowldedge through Integrated Ecosystem-based Side Event
IUCN 2012 WCC, Jeju, Korea
Business and Finance
*Wang et al, draft
Water supply and sediments regulation
Carbon market, sustainable financing of the national protected area network, and design of an improved forest sector policy
Regional and national integrated water resources management planning and policy
The CAZ Demonstration Case Study: Key Dimensions of Ecosystem Services
Sustainability of supply
Quality of supply
Sustainable development a must be based on paradigm that accounts for value of natural capital and limits its transformation.
NCA as a means to understand trade-offs of exploitation and benefits of a more sustainable use
The ability to quantify the contribution of natural capital to economy is a first step towards its incorporation into a national accounting framework