Paying for the hydrological services of Mexico’s forests


C. Munoz; A. Guevara; J.M. Bulas; J.M Torres; J. Brana

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Contents: Forests, Deforestation and Institutions – Deforestation – Land tenure and forests in Mexico – Poverty – Indigenous Communities Water and Forests Public Policies to Reduce Deforestation – Conservation vs. Poverty Reduction – Indigenous Communities – Strategic support for forestry firms Paying for Environmental Services Local and International References – Coatepec – Lessons from other countries

Designing the Program 2.1 Federal Fees Law and the PSAH 2.2 Rules of Operation 2.2.1 Water benefits 2.2.2 Potential Future Clients 2.2.3. Forests in good state of conservation 2.3 Choosing the amount paid Other Issues – Deforestation risk Implementation

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Presented at the ZEF-CIFOR workshop: Payments for Environmental Services (PES): Methods and Design in Developing and Developed Countries, Titisee, Germany, 15-18 June 2005

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