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Protecting 30% of the planet for nature: costs, benefits and economic implications

Other TitlesWorking paper analysing the economic implications of the proposed 30% target for areal protection in the draft post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framewor
AuthorsWaldron, Anthony; Adams, Vanessa; Allan, James; Arnell, Andy; Asner, Greg; Atkinson, Scott; Baccini, Alessandro; Baillie, Jonathan E.M.; Balmford, Andrew; Beau, J. Austin; Brander, Luke; Vilela, Thais; Visconti, P.; Vynne, Carly; Watson, Reg; Watson, James E.M.; Wikramanayake, Eric; Williams, Brooke; Wintle, Brendan A.; Woodley, Stephen; Wu, Wenchao; Brondizio, Eduardo; Zander, Kerstin; Zhang, Yuchen; Zhang, Y.P.; Bruner, Aaron; Burgess, Neil D.; Burkard, K.; Butchart, S.H.M.; Button, Rio; Carrasco, Roman; Cheung, William W.L.; Christensen, Villy; Clements, Andy; Coll, Marta ; Di Marco, Moreno; Deguignet, Marine; Dinerstein, Eric; Ellis, Erle; Eppink, Florian; Ervin, Jamison; Escobedo, Anita; Fa, John E.; Fernandes-Llamazares, Alvaro; Fernando, Sanjiv; Fujimori, Shinichiro; Fulton, Beth; Garnett, Stephen; Gerber, James; Gill, D.; Gopalakrishna, Trisha; Hahn, Nathan; Halpern, Ben; Hasegawa, Tomoko; Havlik, Petr; Heikinheimo, Vuokko; Heneghan, Ryan; Henry, Ella; Humpenoder, Florian; Jonas, Harry; Jones, Kendall R.; Joppa, Lucas N.; Joshi, A. R.; Jung, Martin; Kingston, Naomi; Klein, Carissa Joy; Krisztin, Tamas; Lam, Vicky; Leclere, David; Lindsey, Peter; Locke, Harvey; Lovejoy, T.C.; Madgwick, Philip; Malhi, Yadvinder; Malmer, Pernilla; Maron, Martine; Mayorga, J.; Meijl, Hans van; Miller, Dan; Molnar, Zsolt; Mueller, Nathaniel; Mukherjee, N.; Naidoo, Robin; Nakamura, Katia; Nepal, Prakash; Noss, Reed F.; O'Leary, Beth; Olson, D.; Palacios Abrantes, Juliano; Paxton, Midori; Popp, Alexander; Possingham, Hugh P.; Prestemon, Jeff; Reside, April; Robinson, Catherine; Robinson, John; Sala, Enric ; Scherrer, Kim; Spalding, Mark; Spenceley, Anna; Steenbeek, Jeroen ; Stehfest, Elke; Strassborg, Bernardo; Sumaila, Rashid U.; Swinnerton, Kirsty; Sze, Jocelyne; Tittensor, D.; Toivonen, Tuuli; Toledo, Alejandra; Negret Torres, Pablo; Van Zeist, Willem-Jan; Vause, James; Venter, Oscar
Issue DateJul-2020
CitationProtecting 30% of the planet for nature: costs, benefits and economic implications; 1-58 (2020)
Abstract- The World Economic Forum now ranks biodiversity loss as a top-five risk to the global economy, and the draft post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework proposes an expansion of conservation areas to 30% of the earth’s surface by 2030 (hereafter the “30% target”), using protected areas (PAs) and other effective area-based conservation measures (OECMs). - Two immediate concerns are how much a 30% target might cost and whether it will cause economic losses to the agriculture, forestry and fisheries sectors. - Conservation areas also generate economic benefits (e.g. revenue from nature tourism and ecosystem services), making PAs/Nature an economic sector in their own right. - If some economic sectors benefit but others experience a loss, high-level policy makers need to know the net impact on the wider economy, as well as on individual sectors. [...]
Description58 pages, 5 figures, 3 tables
Publisher version (URL)https://www.conservation.cam.ac.uk/files/waldron_report_30_by_30_publish.pdf
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