Standards and Guidelines
for Ecosystem Service Payments or Markets
Identified Ecosystem Services
(includes: ecosystem services for available for both current &future payments / markets)
Awareness of Ecosystem Service Values, Payments & Markets
(among policymakers as well as potential sellers and buyers)
Engaged Local Communities & Stakeholders
(includes:communities, NGO’s, financial institutions, businesses, government, etc.)
Support Services For Market Actors
(such as: brokering, legal advice, measurement and valuation of ecosystem services,3
party verification, accounting, etc.)
Flow of Market InformationTechnical Assistance
(to sellers, buyers, and other market actorswhich includes training, education, and advising)
Componentes Esenciales deEsquemas de Pagos por Servicios Ecosistemicos
(for all needed components, including: ecosystem management costs, transaction costs, etc.
Enabling Legal, Regulatory, & Administrative Context
(includes: supportive context for ecosystem service payments andmarkets)
Componente 1Componente 2 Component 8 Component 9Component 10
(includes: public or private entities that facilitate / overseepublic funds, regulate private trade, etc.)
Componente 3Componente 4Componente 5 Componente 7 Componente 6
Adaptado de Brand, David. 2002.Investing in the Environmental Services of Australian Forests,Pagiola, J. Bishop, and N.Landell-Mills (editors).
Selling Forest Environmental Services: MarketBased Mechanisms for Conservation and Development.
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