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Do conservation efforts aimed at slowing deforestation and improving local wellbeing work - and how do we know?

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This talk will draw on a Randomised Control Trial analysis of the impact (on deforestation and water quality) of a Payment for Ecosystem Services scheme in Bolivia, quasi experimental analyses of the impact (on deforestation and economic wellbeing) of Community Forest Management outcomes at the national scale in Madagascar, and a participatory impact evaluation of the impact (on subjective wellbeing) of Protected Aras and CFM in Madagascar. I will highlight the pros and cons of the various approaches to impact evaluation.

This talk is part of the CCI Conservation Seminars series.

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