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245 00 Ecological economic and socio ecological strategies for 
       forest conservation :|ba transdisciplinary approach 
       focused on Chile and Brazil /|cedited by Felix Fuders, 
       Pablo J. Donoso 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2020 
300    1 online resource (xix, 268 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
347    text file|bPDF|2rda 
505 0  Foreword -- Preface -- Part 1. General thoughts on 
       transdisciplinarity, economics and ecology -- Chapter 1. 
       Towards a transdisciplinary ecological economics: a 
       cognitive approach -- Chapter 2. The 'Tragedy of the 
       Commons' and the role of the money interest rate -- 
       Chapter 3. Allocative efficiency and property rights in 
       ecological economics: why we need to distinguish between 
       man-made capital and natural resources -- Part 2. Chile --
       Chapter 4. Subsidizing green deserts in southern Chile - 
       between fast growth and sustainability of Forest 
       Management -- Chapter 5. Land use as a socio-ecological 
       system: developing a transdisciplinary approach to studies
       of land use change in south-central Chile -- Chapter 6. 
       Between extractivism and conservation: tree plantations, 
       forest reserves, and peasant territorialities in Los RĂ­os,
       Chile -- Chapter 7. Land tenure insecurity and forest 
       conservation in Chile: the case of the Mapuche Huilliche 
       indigenous communities in the coastal range rainforests of
       Mapu Lahual -- Chapter 8. Towards a New Forest Model for 
       Chile: managing forest ecosystems to increase their social,
       ecological and economic benefits -- Chapter 9. On 
       ecosystem dynamics for the conservation of wetlands and 
       forest -- Part 3. Brazil -- Chapter 10. Transdisciplinary 
       case study approaches to the ecological restoration of 
       rainforest ecosystems -- Chapter 11. Forest governance in 
       Brazil and Chile: institutions and practices in the 
       implementation of sustainable management of native forests
       -- Chapter 12. Municipal private natural heritage reserves
       : uses and attributions of Natural Protected Areas in the 
       city of Curitiba (PR) -- Chapter 13. Understanding 
       adoption and design of incentive-based forest conservation
       policies: a case study of the SISA Program in Acre, Brazil
       -- Conclusions -- Index 
520    This book proposes strategies for improving the resilience
       and conservation of temperate forests in South America, 
       such that these forests can provide ecosystem services in 
       a sustainable way. As such it contributes to the design of
       a resilient human-forest model that takes into account the
       multiculturalism of local communities, in many cases 
       including aspects of ecological economics, development 
       economics and territorial development planning that are 
       related to indigenous peoples or first nations. Further, 
       it provides proposals for public and territorial policies 
       that improve the state of conservation of native forests 
       and forest ecosystems, based on a critical analysis of the
       economic factors that lead to the degradation of forest 
       ecosystems in South America today. This edition was 
       conceived by members of the Transdisciplinary Research 
       Center for Social and Ecological Strategies for 
       Sustainable Forest Management in South America at the 
       Universidad Austral de Chile. It includes contributions by
       distinguished researchers from around the world, combining
       the fields of economics, ecology, biology, anthropology, 
       sociology and statistics. It is not, however, simply a 
       collection of works written by authors from different 
       disciplines, but rather each chapter is in itself 
       transdisciplinary. This approach makes the book a unique 
       contribution to enhancing social, managerial and political
       approaches to forestry management, helping to protect 
       forest ecosystem services and make them more sustainable. 
       This, in turn, will benefit local communities and society 
       as a whole, by reducing the negative externalities of 
       forestry management and enhancing future opportunities 
650  0 Forest conservation|zChile 
650  0 Forest conservation|zBrazil 
650  0 Ecology|xEconomic aspects 
650 14 Forestry Management 
650 24 Natural Resource and Energy Economics 
650 24 Conservation Biology/Ecology 
650 24 Nature Conservation 
700 1  Fuders, Felix,|eeditor 
700 1  Donoso, Pablo J.,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
773 0  |tSpringer eBooks 
856 40 |uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-35379-7
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