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Evaluation of the Pilot Fee System at Eduardo Avaroa Reserve and Recommendations for the Bolivian Protected Area System
Drumm, A., 2004. (.pdf, 858kb)
>> http://nature.org/aboutus/travel/ecotou ... uation.pdf

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Park Fees in the broader context of Paying for Parks (P4P)

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The subject of park fees comes up in the broader discussion of Park Finance (or as I like to call it, Paying for Parks or P4P). I put some resources on my web site, including the Paying for Parks manual, at:

http://www.geocities.com/shores_system/ ... index.html

Comments, suggestions, and additional resources always welcome.

// John //

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Updating the Parks and Protected Areas index
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update on tourism income for protected areas activities

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The following is an update on recent activities related to tourism income generation for protected areas of The Nature Conservancy.

Increasing Income for Protected Areas
With the right policies in place, developing countries have the opportunity to help pay for conservation activities by capturing the economic value of tourism. To demonstrate this potential in Bolivia, the Conservancy held a workshop with Bolivian Park Service directors and mangers and successfully achieved consensus around a plan to implement policy reform. The plan will include mechanisms such as visitor entrance fees, tour operator license fees, and concession agreements at the country

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