This series of case studies shows how pro-poor conservation efforts may contribute to poverty reduction in a number of ways, including for improving governance, protecting and expanding the poor’s asset base, ensuring a more equitable distribution of costs and benefits and safeguarding livelihoods against economic shocks and natural disasters.
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