Howell says it is too early to say exactly how such payments could be extracted in Florida, and some options — such as mandatory fees for access — are explicitly ruled out by the laws that govern the reefs. In other parts of the world, the options under exploration include voluntary payments by reef tour operators making use of areas set aside by Mexican fishermen, and payments from resort owners for the services provided by the beaches that they rely on to bring in tourists.
The key, says Tundi Agardy, director of the marine ecosystem services programme at the non-governmental organization NGO Forest Trends, based in Washington DC, which is working on both these projects, is to create decentralized systems that produce a continual income, rather than one-off user fees, such as those paid by scuba divers in, for example, parts of the Red Sea.
It has been slower to take off in the marine sphere, where property rights are generally less clear-cut.
In addition, some conservationists are wary about the idea of placing a monetary value on the environment, rather than preserving it simply because that is the right thing to do. Although these are very early days, the feedback from the meeting was positive, says Howell, who is starting work on a business case outlining possible ways that corals could start to pay for themselves.
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