5 edition of Legal tools and incentives for private lands conservation in Latin America found in the catalog.
|Statement||Environmental Law Institute ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Environmental Law Institute.|
|LC Classifications||KG637 .L44 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[x], 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||2004274159|
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LEGAL TOOLS AND INCENTIVES FOR PRIVATE LANDS CONSERVATION IN LATIN AMERICA: BUILDING MODELS FOR SUCCESS Environmental Law Institute Centro de Derecho Ambiental y de los Recursos Naturales Centro Ecuatoriano de Derecho Ambiental Comité Nacional pro Defensa de la Flora y de la Fauna Fundação O Boticário de Proteção a Natureza Pronatura, A.C.
This item is out of print. There are no plans for a new edition at this time. This publication describes the use of legal tools and incentives mechanisms for the conservation of private lands in Latin America, and assesses their implementation record. It reviews both mandatory provisions and the use of voluntary instruments such as easements and private reserve designations that have grown in use since the early s.
The need for private lands conservation in Latin America --An overview of private lands conservation in Latin America --The legal context of private lands conservation in Latin America --Voluntary methods to protect private lands in Latin America --Involuntary conservation restrictions on the use of private land --Incentives for private lands conservation --The way forward: models.
Private Lands Conservation in Latin America: The Need for Enhanced Legal Tools and Incentives INTRODUCTION Although most countries lack an adequate legal framework for private lands conservation, there has been growing momentum to protect private lands in Latin America over the last decade.
This. Documento "Legal tools and incentives for private lands conservation in Latin America" Este manual provee una guía diseñada para proveer orientaciones básicas y acertadas sobre los mecanismos e incentivos de la conservación en propiedades privadas para América Latina y el Caribe.
In the first decade of the XXI century, Catalonia has successfully received Land Stewardship as a strategy for nature conservation.
As a result, many efforts have been taken to regulate Land Stewardship agreements in the Catalan civil law given the great opportunity of the Catalan private law codification that has taken place in Catalonia during the present and previous : Hernan Collado i Urieta. It is fair to say that the Latin America and Caribbean region leads the world in biodiversity conservation.
With 20 percent of its land set aside for conservation, the region by far surpasses the 13 percent average achieved by other developing regions of the world. This is a major achievement and it is a great pleasure to. Phumpiu-Chang, P. (), Legal framework and economic incentives for managing ecosystem contractual law and clear and secure land for environmental services in Latin America as a tool.
Legal strategies to optimize conservation of natural ecosystems by private landowners Economic incentives. Legal Tools and Incentives for Private Land Conservation in Latin America: Building Models for Success. Environmental Law Institute.
Making sense of qualitative results: a systematic approach. Doxus LLC. Atlanta Author: Susan Ruth Parker. Landowners who received incentives were paid to either protect private land through creating a conservation covenant (a legal deed restricting land uses) or engage in a specific stewardship.
Creating Incentives for Beneficial Private Land Management in Protected Areas Article in Journal of Sustainable Forestry 18() May with 3 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Financing forest plantations in Latin America: Government incentives.
Keipi. Kari Keipi is Senior Forester, Inter-American Development Bank. An analysis of the desirability and role of government incentives for plantation forestry, in Latin America. The largest urea of forest plantations in Latin America is found in Brazil.
The Biodiversity Conservation Handbook: State, Local, and Private Protection of Biological Diversity, () McElfish, James.
Nature-Friendly Ordinances, () Environmental Law Institute. Legal Tools and Incentives for Private Lands Conservation in Latin America: Building Models for. Department is allowed to create incentives surrounding conservation. Thus, there may be potential for conservationists to endorse the use of incentives in the arena of private lands conservation.
Case studies in Latin America and Africa The designations employed and the presentation of material in this information product do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities.
Given the right incentives, private landowners can play a pivotal role in achieving many of the nation's conservation goals.
Recovering rare species, restoring degraded habitats, and improving the quality of water in our rivers and streams are just a few of the goals that are clearly within our reach if we enlist the nation's private landowners as partners in the task.
CNMI land. The next section introduces several other legal tools that have the potential to facilitate the goal of private lands conservation within the CNMI, including the leasehold agreement.
Section VI reviews the laws and programs currently available in the CNMI to achieve the goal of private lands conservation. Where possible, a briefAuthor: Gregg de Bie. UNEP-WCMC () The State of Biodiversity in Latin America and the Caribbean: A mid-term review of progress towards the Aichi Biodiversity Targets.
UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge, UK. The United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) is the specialist biodiversity assessment centre of the United Nations. The Conservation Land Tax Incentive Program is a voluntary program designed to recognize, encourage and support the long term sound stewardship of Ontario’s provincially significant lands.
It offers tax exemption to those landowners who agree to protect the natural heritage values of File Size: KB. The two volumes of Latin American Company Law aim to create a better understanding of Latin America's company law as a tool for harnessing development capital, local and foreign, and for developing a broader class of traders, investors, lenders and corporate managers.
In pursuing these goals, the authors and editors share a belief in a Format: Hardcover.The rationality of land degradation in Latin America: Some lessons from the Ecuadorian Andes Adopting Conservation on the Farm: An International Perspective of the Socioeconomics of Author: Stefano Pagiola.Biodiversity conservation incentive programs for privately owned forests Article in Environmental Science & Policy 9() November with 41 Reads How we measure 'reads'.