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Local costs of conservation exceed those borne by the global majority. / Green, Jonathan Michael Halsey; Fisher, Brendan; Green, Rhys E.; Makero, Joseph; Platts, Philip John; Robert, Neema; Schaafsma, Marije; Turner, R. Kerry; Balmford, Andrew.

In: Global Ecology and Conservation, Vol. 14, e00385, 17.04.2018, p. 1-10.

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Green, JMH, Fisher, B, Green, RE, Makero, J, Platts, PJ, Robert, N, Schaafsma, M, Turner, RK & Balmford, A 2018, 'Local costs of conservation exceed those borne by the global majority', Global Ecology and Conservation, vol. 14, e00385, pp. 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00385

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Green, J. M. H., Fisher, B., Green, R. E., Makero, J., Platts, P. J., Robert, N., Schaafsma, M., Turner, R. K., & Balmford, A. (2018). Local costs of conservation exceed those borne by the global majority. Global Ecology and Conservation, 14, 1-10. [e00385]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00385

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Green JMH, Fisher B, Green RE, Makero J, Platts PJ, Robert N et al. Local costs of conservation exceed those borne by the global majority. Global Ecology and Conservation. 2018 Apr 17;14:1-10. e00385. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco.2018.e00385

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Green, Jonathan Michael Halsey ; Fisher, Brendan ; Green, Rhys E. ; Makero, Joseph ; Platts, Philip John ; Robert, Neema ; Schaafsma, Marije ; Turner, R. Kerry ; Balmford, Andrew. / Local costs of conservation exceed those borne by the global majority. In: Global Ecology and Conservation. 2018 ; Vol. 14. pp. 1-10.

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abstract = "Cost data are crucial in conservation planning to identify more efficient and equitable land use options. However, many studies focus on just one cost type and neglect others, particularly those borne locally. We develop,for a high priority conservation area, spatial models of two local costs that arise from protected areas: foregone agricultural opportunities and increased wildlife damage. We then map these across the study area and comparethem to the direct costs of reserve management, finding that local costs exceed management costs. Whilst benefits of conservation accrue to the global community, significant costs are borne by those living closest. Wherelivelihoods depend upon opportunities forgone or diminished by conservation intervention, outcomes are limited. Activities can be displaced (leakage); rules can be broken (intervention does not work); or the interventionforces a shift in livelihood profiles (potentially to the detriment of local peoples{\textquoteright} welfare). These raise concerns for both conservation and development outcomes and timely consideration of local costs is vital in conservationplanning tools and processes.",
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