Assessing public attitudes and behaviour toward tourism development in Barbados: socio-economic and environmental implications

Waterman, T. Central Bank of Barbados. 65pp. 2009
Primary Country: Barbados

Use of coastal economic valuation in decision making in the Caribbean: Enabling conditions and lessons learned

Waite, R. et al. Ecosystem Services 11: 45-55 2014
Primary Country: Caribbean

Mangrove Ecosystem Services Valuation: State of the Literature

Vegh, T. et al. NI WP 14-06. Durham, NC: Duke University 2014
Primary Country: global

Social and Economic Impacts of Marine Protected Areas: A Study and Analysis of Selected Cases in the Caribbean

van’t Hof, T. CANARI technical Report No. 252. 31pp. 1998
Primary Country: Multiple

Evaluation of the potential economic impacts of climate change on the tourism industry on two Caribbean islands: Bonaire and Barbados.

Uyarra, M.C. et al. Environmental Conservation 32(1): 11–19 2005
Primary Country: Barbados

Evaluation of the potential economic impacts of climate change on the tourism industry on two Caribbean islands: Bonaire and Barbados.

Uyarra, M.C. et al. Environmental Conservation 32(1): 11–19 2005
Primary Country: Barbados

Charging for Nature: Marine Park Fees and Management from a User Perspective

Uyarra, M.C. et al. AMBIO. 39(7):515-523 2010
Primary Country: Netherlands Antilles

Guidance Manual on Valuation and Accounting of Ecosystem Services for Small Island Developing States

Nunes, P.A.L.D. et al. United Nations Environment Programme, 128 pp. 2014
Primary Country: Multiple

Potential Economic Impacts of Climate Change in the Caribbean Community

Toba, N. The World Bank, Latin America and Caribbean Region (LCR) Sustainable Development Working Paper No. 32. 121 pp. 2009
Primary Country: Caribbean

Ecosystem services and poverty alleviation: A review of the empirical links

Suich, H. et al. Ecosystem Services 12: 137-147 2015
Primary Country: Sweden

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