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Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction The Application of Ecology in Development Solutions

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Springer

Pubblicazione: 11/2011
Edizione: 2012





Sommario

Chapter 1. Introduction: Changing Societal Paradigms-Education and Gender as Critical Starting Points
Authors:
Fabrice DeClerck and Jane Carter Ingram

 

Chapter 2: Changing Societal Paradigms-Education and Gender as Critical Starting Points: Education, Ecology and Poverty Reduction

Authors: Robin Sears and Angela M. Steward

 

Chapter 3: Changing Societal Paradigms-Education and Gender as Critical Starting Points: Why Gender Matters to Ecological Management and Poverty

Author: Isabelle Guttierez

 

Chapter 4. Introduction to Population Growth, Ecology and Poverty

Author: Alex de Sherbinin

 

Chapter 5. Population Growth, Ecology and Poverty

Authors: Jason Bremner, Jason Davis, and David Carr                               

 

Chapter 6. Alliances, conflicts and mediations: the role of population mobility in the integration of ecology into poverty reduction

Authors: Susana Adamo, Sara Curran

 

Chapter 7. Urbanization, poverty reduction and ecosystem integrity

Authors: Peter Marcotullio, Hunter College, Sandra Baptista and Alex de Sherbinin

Chapter 8. Introduction to Innovative Financing for Conservation and Poverty Reduction

Author: Jane Carter Ingram

 

Chapter 9. Innovative Financing: Payments for Ecosystem Services- an Introduction

Author: Michael Jenkins

 

Chapter 10. Innovative Financing: The potential of carbon offsetting projects in the forestry sector for poverty reduction in developing countries

Authors: Manuel Estrada, Esteve Corbera

 

Chapter 11. Innovative Financing: The Development of Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Community-based Conservation Strategy in East Africa

 Authors:  Hassan Sachedina, Fred Nelson

Chapter 12. Innovative Financing: Poverty, Payments and Ecosystem Services in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania

 Author: Brendan Fisher

 

Chapter 36. Innovative Financing: Prioritizing and targeting payments for ecosystem services for energy, biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation. 

Authors: Natalia Estrada Carmona and Fabrice DeClerck 

Chapter  13. Introduction to Ecosystem Based Management for Conservation and Poverty Reduction

Author: Jane Carter Ingram

Chapter  14. Governing Ecosystems for Conservation and Poverty Reduction: Ecological Principles for Managing Sustainable Fisheries

Author: Caleb McClennen

Chapter 15. Governing Ecosystems for Conservation and Poverty Reduction: Land Use Zoning as a Tool for Balancing Conservation and Poverty Reduction

Author: Lisa Naughton

 

Chapter 16. . Governing Ecosystems for Conservation and Poverty Reduction: The Role of Protected Areas for Poverty Reduction

Author: Maggie Holland

 

Chapter 17. Looking Ahead: The Future and Evolving Role of Ecology in Society

Author: Shahid Naeem

 

Chapter 18. Conclusions

Authors: Jane  Carter  Ingram, Fabrice DeClerck, Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio





Trama

The second volume of this series, Integrating Ecology into Global Poverty Reduction Efforts: Opportunities and solutions, builds upon the first volume, Integrating Ecology into Global Poverty Reduction Efforts: The ecological dimensions to poverty, by exploring the way in which ecological science and tools can be applied to address major development challenges associated with rural poverty. In volume 2, we explore how ecological principles and practices can be integrated, conceptually and practically, into social, economic, and political norms and processes to positively influence poverty and the environment upon which humans depend. Specifically, these chapters explore how ecological science, approaches and considerations can be leveraged to enhance the positive impacts of education, gender relations, demographics, markets and governance on poverty reduction. As the final chapter on “The future and evolving role of ecological science” points out, sustainable development must be build upon an ecological foundation if it is to be realized. The chapters in this volume illustrate how traditional paradigms and forces guiding development can be steered along more sustainable trajectories by utilizing ecological science to inform project planning, policy development, market development and decision making.




Autore

The three editors of this volume, Jane Carter Ingram, Fabrice DeClerck, and Cristina Rumbatis del Rio, have collaborated on multiple projects addressing the role of ecology in poverty reduction and began working together at the Earth Institute of Columbia University. Their educational and professional backgrounds in ecology, geography, and sustainable development have served as the inspiration for this book and their professional pursuits. The editors hope that the issues presented and explored in this volume will serve to encourage ecological scientists and practitioners in international development fields to collaborate together to identify creative, sustainable and viable solutions to challenges preventing poverty alleviation around the world. J. Carter Ingram is the lead of the Ecosystem Services and Payments for Ecosystem Services group at the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York, NY.  Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio is an Associate Director at the Rockefeller Foundation in New York, NY (USA). Fabrice DeClerck is a professor of community and landscape ecology at CATIE in Costa Rica.








Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9781461401858

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 682 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 328
Pagine Romane: xvi





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