Ingram, Jane Carter

Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction

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Table of contents

1. Introduction to Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction
Fabrice DeClerck, Jane Carter Ingram, Cristina Rumbaitis Rio

2. Introduction: Gender, Education and Ecology
Fabrice DeClerck, Jane Carter Ingram

3. Education, Ecology and Poverty Reduction
Robin R. Sears, Angela M. Steward

4. Why Gender Matters to Ecological Management and Poverty Reduction
Isabel Gutierrez-Montes, Mary Emery, Edith Fernandez-Baca

5. Introduction: Population, Poverty, and Ecology
Alex Sherbinin

6. Population Growth, Ecology, and Poverty
Jason Bremner, Jason Davis, David Carr

7. Alliances, Conflicts, and Mediations: The Role of Population Mobility in the Integration of Ecology into Poverty Reduction
Susana B. Adamo, Sara R. Curran

8. Urbanization, Poverty Reduction, and Ecosystem Integrity
Peter Marcotullio, Sandra Baptista, Alex Sherbinin

9. Introduction to Innovative Financing: The Role of Payments for Ecosystem Services in Poverty Reduction
Jane Carter Ingram

10. An Overview of Payments for Ecosystem Services
Michael Jenkins

11. The Potential of Carbon Offsetting Projects in the Forestry Sector for Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries
Manuel Estrada, Esteve Corbera

12. The Development of Payments for Ecosystem Services as a Community-Based Conservation Strategy in East Africa
Hassan Sachedina, Fred Nelson

13. Poverty, Payments, and Ecosystem Services in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania
Brendan Fisher

14. Payment for Ecosystem Services for Energy, Biodiversity Conservation, and Poverty Reduction in Costa Rica
Natalia Estrada Carmona, Fabrice DeClerck

15. Introduction: Ecosystem Governance for Conservation and Poverty Reduction
Jane Carter Ingram, Caleb McClennen

16. Sustainable Fisheries Production: Management Challenges and Implications for Coastal Poverty
Caleb McClennen

17. Participatory Zoning to Balance Conservation and Development in Protected Areas
Lisa Naughton-Treves

18. The Role of Protected Areas for Conserving Biodiversity and Reducing Poverty
Margaret Buck Holland

19. Looking Forward: The Future and Evolving Role of Ecology in Society
Shahid Naeem

20. Conclusion: Integrating Ecology and Poverty Reduction
Jane Carter Ingram, Fabrice DeClerck, Cristina Rumbaitis Rio

Keywords: Environment, Environmental Management, Sustainable Development, Environmental Law/Policy/Ecojustice, Applied Ecology

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Natural Sciences

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