What is Conservation Economics?

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There’s no Wikipedia page so you can be forgiven for suspecting that I’m making it up. But Conservation Economics is actually being practiced by a bunch of serious people engaged in one of the most profound challenges of our time - averting massive losses in the diversity of Earth's life forms. So if it doesn’t exist, it’s time we brought it into being. Here goes:

Infrastructure and Conservation: The case of a Pucallpa-Cruzeiro do Sul Transport Link

Esta investigación se hizo en el marco del Consorcio Paisajes Indígenas de ICAA, liderado por The Nature Conservancy - TNC. El consorcio implementa, a escala de paisaje, esfuerzos regionales de conservación, proponiendo soluciones integrales a las amenazas que ponen en riesgo el bioma amazónico. ICAA es un programa regional de la Agencia de los Estados Unidos para el Desarrollo Internacional (USAID)

Himalayan infrastructure from a conservation economics perspective

CSF recently completed our second course in the Himalayan region, Analysis of Infrastructure from a Conservation Economics Perspective Course. The course, held at the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE), was CSF's first to focus primarily on infrastructure development in the region from a conservation economics perspective. UWICE's beautiful campus located in the culture and biodiversity-rich Bumthang served as a great location for the 22 Himalayan-based participants to learn about economic tools for conservation and infrastructure planning.

Moving towards Greener Infrastructure: Innovative Legal Solutions to Common Challenges

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Financial incentives for green infrastructure

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