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Which instruments to preserve forest biodiversity?

Elodie Brahic

Studies and Syntheses from LAMETA, Universtiy of Montpellier

Abstract: In general, neither the social norms nor market dynamics stimulate spontaneously activities and practices conducive to biodiversity. The nature of public good of biodiversity leads to its rapid erosion. Even if it can respond positively to social expectations and improve welfare in the long term2, taking into account biodiversity often leads to changes in the way we produce or how to exercise its property right. The consideration of biodiversity may determine production losses and income decreases.[...]

Pages: 23 pages
Date: 2010-10, Revised 2010-10
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