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%T Sustainable financing for biodiversity conservation – a review of experiences in German development cooperation
%A Berghöfer, Augustin
%A Emerton, Lucy
%A Moreno Diaz, Alonso
%A Rode, Julian
%A Schröter-Schlaack, Christoph
%A Wittmer, Heidi
%A Zyl, Hugo van
%P 143
%V 1/2017
%D 2017
%@ 1436-140X
%~ Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung - UFZ
%> https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-52980-1
%X The financial resources needed for globally implementing the Aichi Biodiversity Targets have been estimated at US$ 150-440 billion per year (CBD COP11, 2012) - of which only a fraction is currently available. Significant efforts have been undertaken in many countries to increase funding for biodiversity conservation. Nonetheless, this funding shortage remains immense, acute and chronic. However, we do not lose biodiversity and ecosystems primarily for lack of conservation funding but also due to poor governance, wrong policies, perverse incentives and other factors. This begs the question: How should limited conservation resources be used? For directly tackling biodiversity threats, for addressing the underlying drivers, or rather for strengthening the financial management and fundraising capacity of implementing organisations? As country contexts differ, so do the answers. This report synthesizes experiences of German development cooperation working towards improved biodiversity finance in eight countries: Viet Nam, Namibia, Tanzania, Cameroon, Madagascar, Mauritania, Ecuador and Peru.
%C Leipzig
%G en
%9 Arbeitspapier
%W GESIS - http://www.gesis.org
%~ SSOAR - http://www.ssoar.info