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Bridging the Shencottah Gap: How Payments for Ecosystem Services Can Restore Biodiversity Outside Protected Areas in India

Catalyze payments for ecosystem services mechanisms to strengthen ecological connectivity across the Shencottah Gap within the Periyar-Agastyamalai Corridor. Identify critical linkages for wildlife movement across the gap, and then target payments to private landholders and community groups to restore, enhance and secure wildlife habitats within them. Monitor the effectiveness of these mechanisms, leverage funding to ensure sustainability and promote replication elsewhere

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Conservation of the Periyar-Agasthiyamalai Corridor in the Southern Western Ghats: Knowledge Generation, Dissemination of Information and Capacity Building for Key Stakeholders

Facilitate the long-term conservation of biodiversity in the Periyar-Agasthyamalai Corridor, by completing a GIS-based database on critical habitat links in the corridor, placing it into the public domain in a variety of accessible formats, and using this information base to implement programs of capacity building for state forest department staff and awareness raising among other key stakeholders

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Opportunities for establishing informal conservation arrangements in the Periyar-Agasthyamalai Corridor of the southern Western Ghats
Identifies potential mechanisms and sites for informal biodiversity conservation in Ranni Forest Division (Periyar-Agasthyamalai ). Using an integrated approach involving ecological, socio-cultural and policy level filters, project will develop a set of mechanisms that identify sites of ecological importance and long-term socio-ecological persistence. A review of policies governing land-use and a template for awareness generation in the area will also be carried out.
Grantee : Meera Anna Oommen
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