Public policy for biodiversity conservation: evaluating outcomes, opportunities and risks
The conservation of biodiversity is a daunting and complex public policy challenge. Over the past three decades, two clear themes have emerged in conservation science, policy and practice: greater experimentation with market-based policy instruments (MBIs); and an increased concern over the effectiveness of conservation policies. These two themes are interrelated, as a key driver of the rise in prominence of MBIs has been the promise of more effective,...[Show more]
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