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Análisis

En Conservación Estratégica (CSF) ayudamos a los conservacionistas locales a utilizar herramientas económicas para que encuentren soluciones inteligentes y eficientes a los problemas ambientales más urgentes. Desde la creación de CSF en 1998, hemos llevado a cabo numerosos proyectos de análisis en bosques, ríos y ambientes costeros. La mayor parte de nuestro trabajo se ha concentrado en los trópicos, donde los niveles de diversidad biológica son extraordinariamente altos. Para maximizar el alcance y la calidad de nuestro trabajo, incluimos en todos nuestros proyectos a expertos y organizaciones que se destacan en el campo de la conservación.

Local economic costs of the proposed Isiolo dam: A scoping study

CSF conducted a desk-based study of potential local costs associated with the construction of the proposed Isiolo Dam in the Ewaso Ng’iro River in Kenya.

The dam has been identified by Kenya’s National Water Conservation and Pipeline Corporation as necessary to improve local livelihood by providing water for domestic and livestock use, small irrigation activities, and in the future, for tourists in the proposed Isiolo Resort City.

However, there has also been opposition to the proposed construction, based on concerns that the dam could expose herders downstream to drought, negatively affect endangered wildlife, and put the local wildlife-tourism based economy at risk.

Economic Analysis for the Indonesian Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries

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p>As part of a generous grant from the Walton Family Foundation, and in cooperation with IPB (Bogor Agriculture University) Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences, CSF developed an economic analysis and a set of recommendations to the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) and the Government of Indonesia (GOI) for implementing the Presidential Instruction on the Acceleration of Development of the National Fishery Industry.

Fishery Opportunity Analyses in Latin America

As part of a generous grant from the Walton Family Foundation, CSF conducted fishery opportunity analyses in three Latin American countries with important fishery sectors: Peru, Chile and Mexico. These analyses were designed to help CSF identify the best ways and geographies in which to grow our integrated marine and fisheries strategy, which helps to improve conservation decisions by incorporating sound economics into marine and fisheries management. Until now, CSF’s Oceans and Fish program has been focused on the Indo-Pacific region, but with this timely support, we began to lay the groundwork to expand our marine program in Latin America, where CSF has a long-standing terrestrial presence.

Fortalecendo a cadeia de valor da castanha-do-brasil: estudo de viabilidade econômica da implementação de uma rede de cooperação no estado do Amazonas

A Conservação Estratégica (CSF) está realizando o estudo de viabilidade econômica da implementação da Rede de Cooperativas e Associações de Beneficiamento Agroextrativista do Amazonas (RECABAAM) para apoiar o fortalecimento da cadeia de valor da castanha-do-brasil.

Atualmente, associações e cooperativas agroextrativistas de povos e comunidades tradicionais de Áreas Protegidas no Amazonas enfrentam diversos desafios. Estes estão principalmente relacionados à gestão e à comercialização de seus produtos, tais como castanha-do-brasil, peixe pirarucu, frutas, entre outros.

Definição de níveis de equivalência ecológica para a Lei de Compensação Florestal do Distrito Federal - Brasil

A Conservação Estratégica (CSF-Brasil) trabalhou em conjunto com a Secretaria de Meio Ambiente do Distrito Federal (SEMA-DF) dando suporte ao desenho da nova Lei de Compensação Florestal do Distrito Federal. Atualmente, esta lei define o quanto deve ser restaurado como compensação no caso de supressão de vegetação, por exemplo, por empreendimentos imobiliários e de infraestrutura urbana. Ela vem sendo criticada devido a dois pontos principais: (1) é muito custosa aos empreendedores que devem compensar, e (2) é ambientalmente ineficiente.

Scenario Planning of West Papua as a Conservation Province

Through support from DFID/UKCUU, CSF Indonesia led a scenario planning process of West Papua in relation to West Papua having recently been established as a Conservation Province (Provinsi Konservasi). The purpose of scenario planning was twofold. First was to develop a comprehensive understanding of what the future may hold for the sustainability of development in West Papua. Second was to establish a well-rooted vision that the stakeholders of West Papua will choose as the vision for the future, based on the shared knowledge of key driving forces, the interplay among these forces and actors, and the directions the interactions may result on.

Incentivos Económicos en el Norte Amazónico

Varios países han implementado iniciativas de pagos por servicios ambientales o deforestación evitada como políticas para luchar contra el incremento de la deforestación y reducción de la pobreza. Entre estos países figura Bolivia, con el Programa Regional COMSERBO-Pando y algunos acuerdos de conservación establecidos directamente con comunidades.

Cost Benefit Analysis Guide for the Creation of Protected Areas in Peru

With generous support from the Andes Amazon Fund, CSF completed a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed Yaguas National Park in northeastern Peru for SERNANP, Peru’s national protected areas agency. Located in a remote part of the Amazon basin, the park will extend over 800,000 hectares.

Quantifying the economic value of protected areas in Mexico

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p>CSF worked with Mexico’s National Commission for Protected Areas (CONANP) and the German Corporation for International Cooperation (GIZ) to assess the economic value of the ecosystem services provided by the country's Cabo Pulmo National Park, Iztaccíhuatl-Popocatépetl National Park (Izta-Popo for short), Cozumel Reefs National Park, and Cozumel Island Flora and Fauna Protected Area.

Economic Analysis of Hydroelectric Projects in the Marañón River Basin

The Marañón River, along with the Ucayali and Madre de Dios rivers, is one of the main tributaries of the Amazon in Peru. The Marañón basin also concentrates many of the planned hydroelectric projects in Peru. More than 20 dams, of which at least six are in advanced stages of planning or execution, can significantly affect the biodiversity and environmental services provided by this key basin of the Amazon.