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Philippines - WAVES Southern Palawan ecosystem accounts (Vol. 3) : Understanding the role of forests in supporting livelihoods and climate resilience : case studies in the Philippines (Inglês)

Southern Palawan is one of the two test sites in the Philippines for the wealth accounting and the valuation of ecosystem services (WAVES) project. Southern Palawan has a significant remaining forest cover including mangroves, extensive coral reefs, and fishing grounds. Challenges in natural resource management in Southern Palawan include: (i) the increasing conversion of forest lands for plantation development and shifting cultivation; (ii) intensive mineral extension; (iii) illegal timber logging and hunting; and (iv) destruction of coastal ecosystem and overfishing. A comprehensive understanding of the natural capital of Southern Palawan is important to manage the competing interests on natural resources and to support economic development.

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  • Autor

    Rawlins,Maurice Andres

  • Data do documento

    2017/03/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    AUS0000126

  • Nº do volume

    3

  • Total Volume(s)

    4

  • País

    Filipinas,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/05/09

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Understanding the role of forests in supporting livelihoods and climate resilience : case studies in the Philippines

  • Palavras-chave

    forest ecosystem; resilience to climate change; Disaster Risk Reduction and Management; Forest Law Enforcement and Governance; impact of climate change; regulating ecosystem services; Management of Natural Resources; result of climate change; contribution to poverty reduction; impact of climate variability; social cost of carbon; analysis of climate change; climate change impact assessment; role of forests; climate resilience; forest land use; land cover; climate change adaptation; impact of rainfall; per capita income; forest resource use; volume of water; natural capital accounting; climate change resilience; provision of good; climate change projections; Natural Resource Management; annual mean temperature; land use plan; River basin; local climate change; greenhouse gas mitigation; global knowledge base; shared prosperity goal; household food insecurity; rural household consumption; enforcement of regulation; land cover scenarios; gains and losses; management of forest; extreme weather event; variability in precipitation; land use planning; impact on poverty; resilience of communities; sustainable forest management; capacity of forest; climate change risk; rising sea levels; supply of wood; average household income; forest dwelling communities; national government agency; dry season; poverty incidence; Carbon sequestration; rural area; poverty threshold; forest communities; monsoon season; water yield; Forest Development; rainfall variability; accounting framework; poor household; healthy forests; focus group; forested landscape; livelihood support; dry months; local livelihoods; analytical study; forested areas; natural forest; community resilience; climate impact; timber production; plant biomass; forest type; energy need; empirical work; organic carbon; primary source; adaptation planning; high diversity; poverty alleviation; improve forest; resilient communities; water regulation; rural landscape; tree crown; forest formations; human settlement; water tank; rainwater harvesting; carbon release; soil surface; temporary storage; protected area; government units; extreme event; adaptation strategy; ground water; carbon dioxide; forest product; root crop; regulating water; wet season; timber harvest; sediment control; forest food; future risks; agroforestry plantation; shoreline stabilization; storm surge; intact forest; herbal medicine; sediment transportation; crop failure; leaf litter; forest stock; root systems; market access; forest tenure; water extraction; wage employment; large-scale investment; covariate shock; Population Density; vulnerable group; water provision; livestock loss; asset loss; poverty linkage; land loss; environmental shock; government undertaking; regional variation; statistical measure; natural system; adaptive capacity; hydrologic modeling; good health; water resource; peak discharge; storm event; sediment retention; capacity indicator; model result; information availability; high rainfall; sedimentation control; research agenda; rural community; groundwater storage; basic food; natural hazard; fresh water; genetic resource; cultural services; ecological service; domestic service; ecosystem process; nutrient cycling; forest extent; Cash Income; livelihood protection; timber yield; total water; steep slope; total carbon; water district; survey data; income share; environmental resource; Environmental Resources; dry day; global partnership; tropical forest; geographical region; national accounting; government good; data sharing; information gap; agriculture sector; fuel wood; forest service; raise awareness; alternative incomes; soil erosion; heavy rainfall; legal tenure; population size; crop production; upland agriculture; coastal protection; informant interviews; land development; Landscape Management; yield data; conceptual framework; environmental asset; precipitation pattern; national adaptation; persistent poverty; government fund; livelihood opportunity; degraded forests; forest degradatio

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