Are direct payments for environmental services spelling doom for sustainable forest management in the tropics

@inproceedings{Wunder2006AreDP,
  title={Are direct payments for environmental services spelling doom for sustainable forest management in the tropics},
  author={Sven Wunder},
  year={2006}
}
Over the past several decades, significant donor funding has been directed to sustainable forest management in the tropics, in the hope of combining forest conservation with economic gains through sustainable use. To date, this approach has produced only modest results in terms of changed silvicultural and land-use practices in this area. Direct payments for environmental services (PES) have been suggested as a promising alternative but still remain widely untested in the tropics. This paper… CONTINUE READING

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