Economic valuation of ecosystem services, Indonesia

Download-6-Aug12-071As part of a 4 year collaborative land use planning project commissioned by CIFOR and funded by the European Commission, Efeca helped develop tools for piloting payment for ecosystem services (PES) options within the two districts where the project worked, drawing on findings from socio-economic survey analysis and economic valuation of land use options/trade-offs. The outputs focused on providing practical tools for use by local NGOs, governments and communities, and providing technical reports on economic valuation, PES and socio-economic surveys for use in the development of land use planning tools.

For more information, see:

Socio-economic considerations for land-use planning

Assessment of Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) potential in Kapuas Hulu

Assessment of Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) potential in Seram Island

Practical guide for socio-economic livelihood, land tenure and rights surveys for use in collaborative ecosystem-based land use planning

A practical guide to assessing the feasibility of PES projects


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