Research on market-based conservation creates more confusion than clarity, analysis shows

  BOGOR, Indonesia – Market-based instruments to conserve ecosystems and biodiversity are becoming increasingly popular over regulatory instruments, but the term is so broad and misleading that it is nearly impossible for policy makers to draw conclusions from them, according to a new study. The study by researchers at the Center for International Forestry Research... Read more

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