Monitoring outcomes of environmental service provision in low socio-economic Indigenous Australia using innovative CyberTracker Technology
Payments for environmental services (PBS) are increasingly promoted as an economic mechanism that could potentially address socio-economic and environmental conservation objectives in developing regions.However, the reporting and conditionality requirements of PES projects can be inhibitory,particularly for people with low enviromental monitoring or administration capacity. Here, I provide five case studies where Indigenous Land and Sea Management groups in remote northern Australia,...[Show more]
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