What are the effects of nature conservation on human well-being? A systematic map of empirical evidence from developing countries

Environmental Evidence
2016
McKinnon, Madeleine C.; Cheng, Samantha H.; Dupre, Samuel; Edmond, Janet; Garside, Ruth; Glew, Louise; Holland, Margaret B.; Levine, Eliot; Masuda, Yuta J.; Miller, Daniel C.; Oliveira, Isabella; Revenaz, Justine; Roe, Dilys; Shamer, Sierra; Wilkie, David; Wongbusarakum, Supin; Woodhouse, Emily
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Total Pages25 pages
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DOI10.1186/s13750-016-0058-7
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Tagsbiodiversity conservation; natural resource management; human welfare; poverty; human development; sustainability
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Publication DateApril 27, 2016
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AbstractGlobal policy initiatives and international conservation organizations have sought to emphasize and strengthen the link between the conservation of natural ecosystems and human development. While many indices have been developed to measure various social outcomes to conservation interventions, the quantity and strength of evidence to support the effects, both positive and negative, of conservation on different dimensions of human well-being, remain unclear, dispersed and inconsistent.
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