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Any tool or method used by an organization to achieve general developmental goals in the production of, or in the regulation of, material resources. (Source: GEMET/OED); Incentive measures bring about an intended behaviour or outcome as an alternative to command and control measures - legal codes and prescriptions (Source: InforMEA)
Economic instruments are fiscal and other economic incentives and disincentives to incorporate environmental costs and benefits into the budgets of households and enterprises. The objective is to encourage environmentally sound and efficient production and consumption through full-cost pricing. Economic instruments include effluent taxes or charges on pollutants and waste, deposit-refund systems and tradable pollution permits. (Source: OECD Glossary of statistical terms)

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Climate change and environmental justice: reflections on litigation over oil extraction and rights violations in Nigeria

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Governing natural resources and the processes and institutions that affect them : North-West Frontier Province. Legislation.

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Pay : Establishing payments for watershed services

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