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A Framework for Protected Area Asset Management

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The Project for Protected Area Resilience (PPAR) seeks to reinvigorate the Protected Area (PA) conservation discourse. It examines the monetisable and non-monetisable values PA assets generate, who creates or captures this value, and how more value
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  ! #$%&'()$* +)$ ,$)-'.-'/ !$'% !00'- 1%2%3'&'2- !"#"$%"& ()*+ ,$42.45%6 7)2-$489-)$0 ,-./ 0"1234 5 6"4 7-/8"#399 5 :-&&;"9 <;//;=-4 5 !">;-4= 7?"4  2  !"#$%&' )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, -%./0/%1&%2 + 3",4%5#"6 )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, +..%' 7,1,8%4%1'  3 !"#$%&' )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, -%./0/%1&%2 + 3",4%5#"6 )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, +..%' 7,1,8%4%1' @%3.9 9?" ,&3A"#9 B3& ,&39"#9"8 @&"- C"2;/;"4#" The Project for Protected Area Resilience (PPAR) seeks to reinvigorate the Protected Area (PA) conservation discourse. It examines the monetisable and non-monetisable values PA assets generate, who creates or captures this value, and how more value can be generated through new public, private, and philanthropic investments. The project is also concerned with how to safeguard PAs in light of current and emerging risks threatening their ability to generate value sustainably – in other words we want to avoid PA assets becoming ‘stranded assets’. In addition, the project is looking at how to prioritise different types of PA funding and how PAs can maximise their impact given limited public funds. To find out more, visit: http://www.smithschool.ox.ac.uk/research-programmes/protected-area/index.php The project is led by Ben Caldecott and Paul Jepson at the University of Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. PPAR’s advisory board currently includes: Justin Adams (Managing Director, Global Lands, TNC), André Abadie (Managing Director/Head of Global Environmental & Social Risk Management, J.P. Morgan), Professor Jonathan Baillie (Conservation Programmes Director, ZSL), Robin Bidwell (The Woodchester Trust), Glyn Davies (Director of Programmes, WWF-UK), Christian del Valle (Managing Partner, Althelia Ecosphere), Rupert Edwards (Senior Adviser, Forest Trends), Professor Marc Hockings (Head of Science, World Commission on Protected Areas, Program Director of Environmental Management, University of Queensland), Naomi Kingston (Head of Protected Area Programme, UNEP-WCMC), Kathy MacKinnon (World Commission on Protected Areas), Stephanie Maier (Head of Corporate Responsibility, Aviva Investors), Therese Niklasson (Head of ESG Research, Investec Asset Management), Sue Stolton (Director, Equilibrium Research), Joshua Tewksbury (former Director, Luc Hoffmann Institute), Francis Vorhies (Director, Earthmind), and Sir Graham Wynne (Special Adviser, The Prince of Wales’ International Sustainability Unit).The project is currently supported by grants from WWF-UK, The Luc Hoffmann Institute, and The Woodchester Trust. UNEP-WCMC and ZSL are collaborating research partners.  4  !"#$%&' )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, -%./0/%1&%2 + 3",4%5#"6 )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, +..%' 7,1,8%4%1' @%3.9 9?" ,&;4#;1-/ 7349&;%.93&2 Paul Jepson  directs the University of Oxford’s MSc in Biodiversity, Conservation, and Management and leads an interdisciplinary Conservation Governance Lab. He has a doctorate in protected area policy and previously worked for government and NGOs on protected area planning and management in the UK, Indonesia, and Indochina. Ben Caldecott  is a Programme Director at the University of Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, where he founded and directs the Stranded Assets Programme. He is concurrently an Adviser to The Prince of Wales’s Accounting for Sustainability Project and an Academic Visitor at the Bank of England. Harriet Milligan  is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Zoology, ZSL, Harriet works on understanding population trends of vertebrate populations within protected areas globally. This involves the use of a large dataset of time series data and a generalised additive modelling framework to create the Living Planet Index (LPI). The LPI has been adopted by the Convention of Biological Diversity as an indicator of progress towards 2011-2020 targets. Current research is based on using the LPI to compare abundance change in over time for ‘protected’ versus ‘not protected’ populations of the same species at the country level. Dexiang Chen  is a Research Assistant at the University of Oxford’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. He has a Master’s degree in Biodiversity, Conservation, and Management from the University of Oxford. Dexiang is interested in the nexus between biodiversity and business. Dexiang has held previous roles in government, civil society, and academe with experience in reef restoration, environmental impact assessments and systematic conservation planning projects in Southeast Asia.  5 !"#$%&' )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, -%./0/%1&%2 + 3",4%5#"6 )#" !"#'%&'%* +"%, +..%' 7,1,8%4%1' @#D43E/"8="$"492 The authors would especially like to thank the project’s advisory board and collaborating research partners. We would also like to give special recognition to the supporters of the project, in particular WWF-UK, The Luc Hoffmann Institute, The Woodchester Trust, and the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development.We would also like to thank Susanne Schmitt, Richard Ladle, Ricardo Correia, Peter Long, Gordon Clark, Juliana Stropp, Marcello Gonclaves, Marcello Robin Freeman, Noelle Kumpul, Michael T’Sas-Rolfes, Ariel Gregory, and Natalie Page for valuable discussions and inputs that have supported the development of the asset framework. University of Oxford Disclaimer The Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Oxford make no representations and provide no warranties in relation to any aspect of this publication, including regarding the advisability of investing in any particular company or investment fund or other vehicle. While we have obtained information believed to be reliable, neither the University, nor any of its employees, students, or appointees, shall be liable for any claims or losses of any nature in connection with information contained in this document, including but not limited to, lost profits or punitive or consequential damages.

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