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Title:Saving Sumatra's species: Combining economics and ecology to define an efficient and self-sustaining program for inducing conservation within oil palm plantations PDF Logo
Authors:Bateman, Ian J.
Coombes, Emma
Fisher, Brendan
Fitzherbert, Emily
Glew, David
Niadoo, Robin
Issue Date:2009
Series/Report no.:CSERGE working paper EDM 09-03
Abstract:The paper presents results from a four year study of the economic and ecological potential for implementation of conservation schemes within the rapidly expanding palm oil plantations of South East Asia. Unparalleled access to financial records combined with a highly intensive ecological data gathering exercise allows us to develop spatially explicit cost effectiveness models for optimising conservation efforts. This is integrated with a further study of the price premium potential of conservation-grade palm oil to yield insights into the optimal design of schemes for delivering biodiversity within existing plantations.
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:CSERGE Working Papers: EDM - Environmental Decision Making, University of East Anglia

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