Edited By: Charles Perrings
351 pages, Tabs
Provides case studies of the economic causes of biodiversity loss in a range of ecosystem types - wetlands, montane forests, tropical moist forests, semi-arid savannahs and lakes - and discusses the policy options for biodiversity conservation in each case. Also provided are in-depth analyses of the environmental consequences of policy reform at the macro- and micro- levels and practical recommendations for the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
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