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000013286 037__ $$a1734
000013286 041__ $$aEnglish
000013286 100__ $$aCampese, J.
000013286 100__ $$aBorrini-Feyerabend, G.
000013286 100__ $$aCordova, M. d.
000013286 100__ $$aGuigner, A.
000013286 100__ $$aOviedo, G.
000013286 245__ $$aConservation and human rights
000013286 260__ $$c2007
000013286 260__ $$bCEESP Journal Policy Matters 15 July 2007  http://cmsdata.iucn.org/downloads/pm15.pdf
000013286 490__ $$aJournal
000013286 507__ $$aMFOLL
000013286 520__ $$aThe first section of this journal addresses these questions in a straightforward way, and highlights how, despite historic separation between the two,1 attention to linking conservation and human rights has recently been increasing. This trend poses new challenges for conservation organizations, called to recognize and address some new direct and indirect responsibilities.Yet, as conservation protects resources critical to fulfill rights to life, health, food, water, and security, this trend also opens new doors for conservation organizations to be recognised as performing invaluable roles in the realization of those rights, and in overall support to human societies.
000013286 653__ $$aconservation
000013286 653__ $$ahuman rights
000013286 653__ $$apolicy
000013286 653__ $$aresource management
000013286 650__ $$aNatural resource management
000013286 650__ $$aConservation
000013286 650__ $$aPolicies and governance
000013286 691__ $$aNatural resource management
000013286 691__ $$aConservation
000013286 691__ $$aPolicies and governance
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