Criteria and indicators for environmental service compensation and reward mechanisms: realistic, voluntary, conditional and pro-poor

@inproceedings{Leimona2007CriteriaAI,
  title={Criteria and indicators for environmental service compensation and reward mechanisms: realistic, voluntary, conditional and pro-poor},
  author={Beria Leimona and Lucy Emerton and Thomas Tomich and Sandra J. Velarde and Madhushree Sekher},
  year={2007}
}
Working markets are by definition realistic, voluntary and conditional. Their effects on poverty and human well-being are mixed. Many environmental problems and the increasing scarcity of ecosystem services are linked to ‘market failures’. Time lags, complex cause-effect linkages, and multiple layers of rights and responsibilities, make many environmental… CONTINUE READING