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In the latter scenario, however, local communities whose traditional livelihoods depend on the sustainable use of the park would lose the most, while commercial loggers and fishing fleets, as well as the armed forces, would gain most from the exploitation of timber and marine resources. 2. 4. Net present values of different management scenarios Benefits and costs Scenario 1. Experimental park (PV USD) Scenario 2. Ghost Park (PV USD) Scenario 3. Dream park (PV USD) Benefits Wood from mangroves 572 716 Wood from non-mangroves 5 842 761 Firewood 853 688 853 688 Fencing 180 232 180 232 Food 134 804 134 804 Roofing 102 061 102 061 Medicine 82 181 Fisheries 5 207 267 Recreation 82 181 3 576 067 7 867 328 21 390 699 636 Protection from storm and erosion: houses 2 605 037 2 605 037 Protection from storm and erosion: crops 539 069 539 069 Protection from storm and erosion: animals 299 376 299 376 Park management costs 255 407 Costs 851 356 Capital investment Total NPV at 10% discount rate 379 079 9 765 845 9 991 544 11 896 705 Source: de Lopez, 2003.
This includes direct and indirect impacts from both the concrete and abstract aspects of biodiversity. Those impacts need to be methodically accounted for across many economic, social, spatial and temporal groupings. This chapter discusses how to account for, and measure, those impacts. Given the complexity of measuring impacts, it is essential to have rigorous techniques to guide the analysis. Moreover, it is essential to capture the highest level of detail about the distribution of costs and benefits (of all types).
Its most common use is in economic studies of income distribution. 1. 1). In this example, a point on the Lorenz curve indicates what share of society’s total available volume of income the poorest x% of households or individuals receives. 2. METHODS FOR MEASURING THE DISTRIBUTIVE EFFECTS OF BIODIVERSITY POLICIES vertical axis measures the percentage of the total income, again starting with the households or individuals at the bottom of the income distribution. If the Lorenz curve of the distribution of the asset is a 45° line, then income is perfectly equally distributed.
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