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Statistics: The middle tells you nothing about the extremes
24 October 2012
Nature has values, and markets can be governed
10 August 2012
Buy me an ocean: why we need payments for coastal and marine environments
Essam Yassin Mohammed
7 June 2012
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Five-nation study sheds light on costs of adapting agriculture to climate change
25 November 2011
Tiny flight tax could raise billions to protect people from climate change
31 March 2011
Green Growth, and how we get there
A Chatham House hosted meeting on green growth offers clues for governments perplexed as to how and when to get the economy growing again – this time more sustainably.
The value of valuing ecosystem services
Economists continually fail to get the message across. Nowhere is this more evident than in dealing with ecosystem services.
The Green Economy Coalition
The Green Economy Coalition is a global network of organisations committed to accelerating a transition to a new green inclusive economy.
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The informal economy: route into or out of poverty?
Economics of climate change adaptation in the water sector
Costing and planning of agriculture's adaptation to climate change
The role of economic instruments in policy mixes for biodiversity conservation
Paying local communities for ecosystem services: The Chimpanzee Conservation Corridor
Harnessing carbon finance to arrest deforestation: Saving the Javan rhinoceros
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Pro-poor approaches to REDD+ : What does this mean in practice?
Exploring the costs of REDD+ in Vietnam
Baseline Survey in a pilot area in Brazil and the Bolsa Floresta Programme
Tree planting by cocoa farmers on farms (A Ghana cocoa-agroforestry REDD+ model)