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The following is a list of Forest Trends publications relating to marine and coastal ecosystem services. Additional resources can be found on the Ecosystem Marketplace.


Charting New Waters

Charting New Waters

State of Watershed Payments 2012

Genevieve Bennett, Nathaniel Carroll, Katherine Hamilton - January 2013

State of Watershed Payments 2012 is the second installment of the most comprehensive inventory to date of initiatives around the world that are paying individuals and communities to revive or preserve water-friendly features of the landscape. The number of initiatives that protect and restore...

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Trazando las Nuevas Aguas

Trazando las Nuevas Aguas: Estado Global de las Inversiones en Protección Hídrica

Genevieve Bennett, Nathaniel Carroll, Katherine Hamilton - Ecosystem Marketplace - January 2013
2012年流域服务支付状况

2012年流域服务支付状况: 勾画水资源新蓝图 - 执行摘要 (Charting New Waters - Exec Summ in Chinese)

Genevieve Bennett, Nathaniel Carroll, Katherine Hamilton - Ecosystem Marketplace - January 2013
Executive Summary: Charting New Waters

Executive Summary: Charting New Waters: State of Watershed Payments 2012

Genevieve Bennett, Nathaniel Carroll, Katherine Hamilton - January 2013
State of Watershed Payments Report (Executive Summary for Business)

State of Watershed Payments Report (Executive Summary for Business)

Genevieve Bennett, Nathaniel Carroll - Forest Trends' Ecosystem Marketplace - January 2014
Marine Ecosystem Services Program

Marine Ecosystem Services Program

Conserving Ocean Ecosystems and Safeguarding Coastal Communities (2011)

The MARES Program’s scope of work includes developing the framework and tools for application of market-based mechanisms to marine and coastal conservation, testing these methods in the field with pilot projects, and communicating and raising awareness on the usefulness of these tools and methods...

State of Watershed Payments

State of Watershed Payments

An Emerging Marketplace

Tracy Stanton, Marta Echavarria, Katherine Hamilton, Caroline Ott - Ecosystem Marketplace - June 2010

How can we as a society address the many problems that plague the waterfront? How do we get people to be more mindful about their water use? How do we regulate pollution flowing into our waterways? How do we put a stop to the growing number of dead zones around the world? And how do we ensure that...

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Executive Summary: State of Watershed Payments

Executive Summary: State of Watershed Payments: An Emerging Marketplace

Tracy Stanton, Marta Echavarria, Katherine Hamilton, Caroline Ott - Ecosystem Marketplace - June 2010
Tools for the Tides

Tools for the Tides

Exploring Coastal and Marine Markets

- Ecosystem Marketplace, Forest Trends, Katoomba Group - June 2010

Global climate-change talks in Copenhagen might not have yielded a new greenhouse-gas protocol, but they did yield an agreement on the need to develop financing mechanisms that reward people in developing countries for saving their rainforests and adopting sustainable landuse practices — both of...

Payments for Ecosystem Services: Getting Started in Marine and Coastal Ecosystems

Payments for Ecosystem Services: Getting Started in Marine and Coastal Ecosystems

A Primer

- Forest Trends - February 2010

Healthy and robust marine ecosystems provide the underpinnings for profitable industries and support coastal communities throughout the world. In addition, oceans play crucial roles in regulating the atmosphere and modulating weather, storing carbon, cycling nutrients, and providing

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Paying Poseidon: Financing the Protection of Valuable Ecosystem Services

Paying Poseidon: Financing the Protection of Valuable Ecosystem Services

Steve Zwick, Rob Luke, Ameer Abdulla, Erik Ness, Alice Kenny, Tundi Agardy, Winnie Lau - Ecosystem Marketplace, IUCN, Forest Trends - February 2010

Global climate-change talks in Copenhagen might not have yielded a new greenhouse-gas protocol, but they did yield an agreement on the need to develop financing mechanisms that reward people in developing countries for saving their rainforests and adopting sustainable land-use

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Beyond Carbon

Beyond Carbon

Biodiversity and Water Markets

- Ecosystem Marketplace - April 2009

It is widely acknowledged that well-functioning ecosystems provide reliable and clean flows of water, productive soils, healthy and balanced biota, and many other services for human well-being. It is also widely documented that today many ecosystems and the services they provide are under...

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