3 edition of Linking biodiversity conservation and community benefits found in the catalog.
Linking biodiversity conservation and community benefits
In the Indian context.
|Series||Working paper ;, 125, Working paper (Institute of Rural Management (Ānand, India) ;, no. 125.|
|Contributions||Institute of Rural Management (Ānand, India)|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2000/60132 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||99939369|
Our vision is to develop and mainstream community health approaches synergizing bio-resources and traditional knowledge. Building on experiences made and lessons learned by our partners working on issues around biodiversity and community health worldwide, the BaCH Initiative addresses following six core issues: (1) Linking conservation and community health Integrating conservation priorities. The IUCN World Parks Congress is taking currently taking place in Sidney bringing together around delegates from over countries. This year’s congress is themed Parks, People, Planet: Inspiring Solutions and will showcase the essential role and diverse benefits of protected areas for people and communities. Hence, partners of the Biodiversity and Community Health (BaCH.
biological diversity or biodiversity, the number of species in a given habitat. Scientists have variously estimated that there are from 3 to 30 million extant species, of which million have been classified, including , insects, 41, vertebrates, and , plants; the remainder are invertebrates, fungi, algae, and microorganisms. The subject of Nature’s Matrix is conservation of biodiversity, but it differs from other books by proposing a radically new approach based on recent advances in the science of ecology plus certain political realities. The analysis in Nature's Matrix is based on the linking of three key political issues that are intimately related, yet often treated in isolation/5(3).
Context of Community-Based Conservation. The ownership of biodiversity and wildlife makes an intriguing story. Before the 19th century, sacred groves and ancient royal forests provided nature protection in some ways comparable to conservation in contemporary protected areas ().Roe et al. point out that the lateth-century notion behind the idea of national parks, that people and wildlife . A Review of Their Potential Biodiversity Conservation Value, Sustainability, /su, 12, 4, (), (). Crossref Ting Zhou, Anyi Niu, Zhanpeng Huang, Jiaojiao Ma, Songjun Xu, Spatial Relationship between Natural Wetlands Changes and Associated Influencing Factors in Mainland China, ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information Cited by:
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Biodiversity lays the foundation for human survival and development by providing non-material and material benefits material benefits of biodiversity such as clean air and food have been acknowledged by the international community since more than two decades at Rio Earth Summit, non-material benefits have not received enough attention yet.
Introduction. Marine biodiversity, which refers to variability of all marine life, plants, animals, microorganisms and ecosystems in genes, species and ecosystem levels  have long been known to provide socio-economic benefits to the global ant of these benefits, the global community has undertaken conservation measures in its efforts to protect the world's rich biodiversity Cited by: 1.
Lessons from the integrated coastal management Sustainability Research Project show that to be sustainable, projects must: (1) link management to improved biophysical conditions with benefits to fishers and their community from changes, (2) engage stakeholders in the integrated coastal management decision making process, (3) contribute economic returns and livelihoods for fishers and their communities, (4) create legal and policy frameworks for conservation Author: Judi Lowe, Johann Friedrich C.
Tejada, Mark G. Meekan. To this end, the article proposes a distinction between inter‐State benefit sharing (as identified in the third CBD objective and as usually linked to access to genetic resources) and notably lesser known State‐to‐community benefit sharing (in relation to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity).Cited by: Introduction.
Divided into three sections, this book explores the three main pillars of sustainable development, namely economy, environment and society, and their interlinkages at the regional level. The first section, Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) for sustainable development, focuses on international agreements and national legislation, as well as the challenges in implementing ABS in.
Conservation is a resource for all those who aim to reconcile biodiversity with human livelihoods. It traces the historical roots of modern conservation thought and practice, and explores current perspectives from evolutionary and community ecology, conservation biology, anthropology, political ecology, economics, and policy.5/5(2).
About this book. Biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation are both important societal goals demanding increasing international attention. While they may seem to be unrelated, the international policy frameworks that guide action to address them make an explicit assumption that conserving biodiversity will help to tackle global poverty.
biodiversity conservation. Sample of projects linking poverty reduction and conservation: The African Conservation Foundation (ACF), in collaboration with the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), is working in the Lebialem Highlands and Mone Forest area in Western Cameroon to protect Cross River Gorillas and.
Linking Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge & Community Health. The 12th meeting of the Conference of the Parties (COP 12) to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) convened concurrently with the first meeting of the Conference of the Parties serving as the Meeting of the Parties to the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing (COP/MOP 1) from Octoberin.
Information linking biodiversity and ecosystem function is required, for example by simultaneously quantifying structural and functional components, or by simultaneously measuring functional trait variation and ecosystem fluxes like carbon sequestration or nutrient cycling [28, 29].
Combining empirical survey approaches with modeling and direct experimental manipulations then allows scientists to move from Cited by: Biodiversity and Conservation is fully indexed and includes a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editor, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context.
The collection’s fresh and explicitly interdisciplinary approach provides a unique insight into the development of the subject from a. A focus on the cash benefits of biodiversity conservation is too limited; it excludes the ability to meet basic human needs.
And biomass may matter more in the short term, biodiversity (as the foundation for biomass) more in the long term. Biodiversity and Conservation is an international journal that publishes articles on all aspects of biological diversity-its description, analysis and conservation, and its controlled rational use by humankind.
The scope of Biodiversity and Conservation. The different components of biodiversity (genetic, species and ecosystem) are not necessarily equally important in order to maintain the flows of resources on which the livelihoods of the poor depend.
The literature on resource dependence does not trace the links between these components, the resources that emerge from nature, and the livelihoods of the by: 8. This book is designed to fill this cultural and communicative gap by discussing a selection of topics related to urban biodiversity, as well as its benefits for people and the urban environment.
It provides an interdisciplinary overview of scientifically grounded knowledge vital for current and future practitioners in charge of urban Cited by: 4.
LINKING BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND POVERTY REDUCTION: WHAT, WHY AND HOW. AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM HELD AT ZSL ON 28 AND 29 APRIL POSTER ABSTRACTS Intensification of agriculture has led to a widespread loss of biodiversity in many parts of the globe. Biodiversity enhances many of nature's benefits to people, including the regulation of climate and the production of wood in forests, livestock forage in Cited by: Biodiversity conservation is the protection and management of biodiversity to obtain resources for sustainable development.
Biodiversity conservation has three main objectives: To preserve the diversity of species. Sustainable utilization of species and ecosystem. To maintain life-supporting systems and essential ecological processes.
Books Book Series Online Platforms Open Access Books. Subjects. Terrestrial Ecosystems and Biodiversity. By Yeqiao Wang. by CRC Press. Pages - 16 Color & 87 B/W Illustrations 2nd Edition Landscape and Land Capacity. By Yeqiao Wang. Linking biodiversity conservation and poverty reduction: What, where and how.
Summary and conclusions from an international symposium held at the Zoological Society of. Ecological networks can reduce the impact of all stressors, promote population persistence, and allow species to adapt to climate change by moving to climatically suitable areas. Migrating wildlife species across the globe face a dire predicament as their traditional migratory routes are cut.
By revealing a consistent link between species richness and community competence, these findings highlight the influence of biodiversity on infection risk and emphasize the benefit of a Cited by: Biodiversity conservation is the protection uplift and scientific management of biodiversity to maintain it at its optimum level and derive sustainable benefits from the present as well as future strategies.