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Issues and options in the design of GEF supported trust funds for biodiversity conservation
|Series||IBRD Environment Department Paper -- 11, Biodiversity series|
|Contributions||World Bank. Environment Department. Global Environment Division.|
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Issues and options in the design of GEF supported trust funds for biodiversity conservation. Washington, D.C.: Environment Dept., World Bank,  (OCoLC) Issues and Options in the Design of GEF Supported Trust Funds for Biodiversity Conservation April Papers in this series are not formal publications of the World Bank.
They are circulated to encourage thought and discussion. The use and citation of. Issues and options in the design of GEF-supported trust funds for biodiversity conservation (English) Abstract.
This paper explores the concept of conservation trust funds, particularly those which might be supported by the Global Environment Facility.
It seeks to make familiar the wide variety of design options and issues associated with trust Cited by: 9. THE WORLD BANK, ISSUES AND OPTIONS IN THE DESIGN OF GEF SUPPORTED TRUST FUNDS FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION 6 () [hereinafter The World Bank, Issues and Options]. (7.) Kyle W.
Danish, International Environmental Law and the "Bottom-Up" Approach: A Review of the Desertification Convention, 3 IND. GLOBAL LEG. The trust fund provides reliable recurrent funding for the establishment and management of a national system of protected areas, and development of the institutional and human resource capacities needed to manage the national system.
This project is testing the feasibility of a trust fund mechanism for providing long-term, sustainable finance for biological conservation. Issues and Options in the Design of GEF Supported Trust Funds for Biodiversity Conservation” by Kathleen Mikitin, PaperBiodiversity Series, Environment Department Papers, The World Bank, April BIOFIN Webinar - Conservation Easements, the USA case.
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BIOFIN Around the World. To improve the operational effectiveness and institutional sustainability of the Bhutan Trust Fund for Environment Conservation Sustainable Financing for Biodiversity Conservation and Natural Resources Management.
GEF Trust Fund. Concept Paper on the Potential Establishment of a Parastatal Conservation Agency in Bhutan (Prepared for the Management Board of the Bhutan Trust Fund for Environmental Conservation), (). Issues and options in the design of GEF supported Trust Funds for biodiversity conservation", Environment Dept.
Paper No,Author: Tobgay S. Namgyal. Mikitin, Kathleen (). Issues and Options in the Design of GEF Supported Trust Funds for Biodiversity Conservation. Washington, DC: The World Bank, Environment Department Papers, Biodiversity Series. III. Environmental funds in the national context.
Key Points. NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust, Sydney, Australia. 6, likes 30 talking about this. The NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT) is a not Followers: K.
Conservation professionals, financial and legal specialists, and Bank operational staff involved with biodiversity, particularly Global Environment Facility (GEF) projects, gathered to discuss trust funds, endowments, and foundations as a means of providing long-term, continuous funding for biodiversity conservation.
Issues and Options in the Design of GEF Supported Trust Funds for Biodiversity Conservation. Washington, DC: Environment Department Papers, The World Bank. Verrucoli, Piero (). Non-profit Organizations (A Comparative Approach).
Milano: Dott. Giuffre Editore. Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs) are a source of sustainable financing for long-term biodiversity conservation, in particular for protected areas management.
Species extinctions and the deterioration of other biodiversity features worldwide have led to the adoption of systematic conservation planning in many regions of the world. As a consequence, various software tools for conservation planning have been developed over the past twenty years.
These tools implement algorithms designed to identify conservation area networks for the Cited by: Another workshop focusing on trust fund design for GEF biodiversity projects was held in July of that year.
This study completed by the Technical Department of the Africa Region (Financial Mechanisms for Sustainable Conservation) presents the issues and operational lessons derived from these workshops.
Conservation Trust Funds (CTFs) provide sustainable financing for biodiversity conservation at regional and national level, such as for protected areas (PA) management, using diverse financing mechanisms.
With good design and management, CTFs can provide the institutional capacity at local and nationalFile Size: KB. Role of GEF and other financial and bilateral institutions in the forestry sector in India 8 GEF portfolio in India 10 Salient features of GEF biodiversity portfolio in India: 10 Table 1: GEF-assisted Biodiversity Projects in India (mid) 11 Table 2: Some examples of past GEF-UNDP Small Grants Programme in India 12File Size: KB.
America. In addition, debt swaps are requiring trust funds in order to allocate public and private finance towards biodiversity. Key Characteristics of Conservation Trust Funds Over the last two decades, conservation trust funds have been established in more than 50 developing countries and transition economies.
Emerging Issues for Biodiversity Conservation in a Changing Climate foreword Land-use and climate change are predicted to lead to substantial contractions in the geographical spread of species and eventually to species extinctions. The Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicts that between.
Using Trust Funds To Channel Payments for Biodiversity Conservation – Lessons Learned from the Mgahinga- The MBIFCT is the first conservation fund to be supported by the GEF in Africa.
The trust became effective on J with an initial GEF grant of US$ million. Using Trust Funds To Channel Payments for Biodiversity.effective J with an initial GEF grant of US$ million. (1st trust fund to be funded by GEF) Grant of US$from USAID covered its operational costs and helped launch project operations Grant of US$ million from the Netherlands Government Both grants allowed the trust to reinvest all interest.
The Biodiversity Fund currently seems destined to repeat the myriad of mistakes that characterised the Natural Heritage Trust, and many other government environmental initiatives. The science and.