References

Whenever sources are referenced in this blog they will either link directly to the source material on the web, or to this alphabetized list.

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Cooley, D. and Olander, L. 2011. Stacking ecosystem services payments: Risks and Solutions. Nicholas Institute Working Paper. PDF

Costanza, R., d’Arge, de Groot, R. Farber, S., Grasso, M., Hannon, B., Limburg, K. Naeem, S. O’Neill, R.V., Paruelo, J., Raskin, R.G., Sutton, P. 1997. The value of the world’s ecosystem services and natural capital. Nature. 387: 253-260. PDF

Eliasch, J. 2009. Climate Change: Financing Global Forests. UK Government, London.

Global Humanitarian Forum. 2009. Human Impact Report: Climate Change: The Anatomy of a Silent Crisis, Geneva.

Lavelle, M. and Pell, M. 2009. The climate lobby from soup to nuts. Center for Public Integrity. PDF

Repetto, R. 2010. America’s Climate Problem. The Way Forward. Earthscan. Buy

Repetto, R. 2007. The need for better internal oversight of corporate lobbying. Challenge, Vol 50, pp 76–96

TEEB. 2010. The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity: Mainstreaming the Economics of Nature: A synthesis of the approach, conclusions and recommendations of TEEB. PDF

Woodward, R. 2011. Double dipping in environmental markets. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. Elsevier, vol. 61(2) pp: 153-169. Buy from Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, free PDF at MRPA.

World Bank and FAO – Food and Agriculture Organization. 2009. The sunken billions: The economic justification for fisheries reform. Agriculture and Rural Development Department, The World Bank, Washington D.C. PDF

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