-- OR --
Share Data

Login to start contributing to the African Food Changemakers hub by uploading contents

Financial Incentives Often Fail To Reconcile Agricultural Productivity And Pro-conservation Behavior

Paying resource users to preserve features of their environment could, in theory, better align production and conservation goals. Across this range of dilemmas, while payments can encourage pro-conservation behavior, they often fail to capitalize on the potential for jointly improving productive and environmental outcomes, highlighting the more nuanced challenge of reconciling livelihoods with conservation goals.