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Year: 2007
The 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
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Year: 2006
All but the very young development and conservation practitioners and policy experts remember a time when poverty was fi rmly in the realm of "development issues" while "conservation" was dealt with by biological scientists, only occasionally interested in socio-cultural, economic or political questions
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Year: 2004
Throughout the world, managing protected areas involves people and organisations in widely differing roles
Year: 2004
Conservation constituencies increasingly need to confront the history of "nature" and a variety of local cultural practices and rights
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Year: 2003
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
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Year: 2002
This issue of Policy Matters is dedicated to sustainable livelihoods and co-management of natural resources and contains the contributions of CEESP members belonging to the two working groups related to the above themes
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Year: 2002
The second issue of Policy Matters in the programme of CEESP highlights new findings and hopes on a very old dilemma: are we condemned for ever to facing destructive conflicts over natural resources?

Is there a chance to replace such conflicts with security and mutual cooperation among the actors advancing entitlements and claims?

'Environment and Security' is an emerging field with great promise

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