Community empowerment for conservation (2003)

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Section 1, deals with the complexities inherent in governing protected areas (PAs) - the richness of traditions and experiences but also the wisdom, flexibility, ingenuity and sense of fairness required to understand and deal with, matters that impact upon biological wealth, nature’s support to life and cultural values.

Section 2 includes distilled debates, often with a regional or sub-regional perspective. Thus the reports from large meetings in Africa and Central America and from legal decisions in Australia bring forward the essence of long-term processes, nourished by many people and organisations.

Individual case examples of community conserved areas and co-managed protected areas are included in Section 3.
Language: English
Imprint: IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy (CEESP): Policy Matters 12, September 2003 2003
Series: Journal,