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close this bookConservation of Biodiversity and the New Regional Planning (OSA/IUCN, 1995, 159 pages)
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View the documentThe new regional planning
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close this folderChapter 2 - In-situ conservation of biodiversity
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View the documentIn-situ conservation of biodiversity and protected areas
View the documentAdvantages, risks, and opportunities
View the documentIntegrated regional development planning and implementation
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close this folderChapter 3 - Biodiversity conservation and traditional agroecosystems
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View the documentAgriculture and the conservation of biodiversity
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close this folderChapter 4 - The need and potential for private biodiversity conservation
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View the documentA basic assumption
View the documentMultiple faces of biodiversity
View the documentWhy we are losing biodiversity
View the documentAn evolving strategy
View the documentBiodiversity in a life-zone context
View the documentLand-capability assessment
View the documentHunting and fishing reserves
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View the documentCoral-reef parks, tourists, and fishermen
View the documentAlternatives to timber management for biodiversity conservation
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close this folderChapter 5 - Integrating park and regional planning through an ecosystem approach
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View the documentEcosystem science
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close this folderChapter 6 - Techniques for resolving conflict in natural resource management
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View the documentSet guidelines for selecting task-force members
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View the documentUse the "four levels for support" to reach consensus
View the documentUse a positive approach to identify issues and set goals
View the documentUse a team rotation technique to develop management actions
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close this folderChapter 7 - Strengthening regional planning through community education
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View the documentThe importance of community participation in land-use planning
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close this folderChapter 8 - The new regional planning and implementation of the convention on biological diversity
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View the documentActivities under the CBD
View the documentSustainable use of biodiversity: Developing incentive measures
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close this folderChapter 9 - Greater Yellowstone tomorrow: Charting a course for a greater Yellowstone forever
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close this folderChapter 10 - The la Amistad biosphere reserve
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View the documentThe proposed la Amistad international biosphere reserve
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close this folderChapter 11 - Communities, parks, and regional planning: A co-management strategy based on the Zimbabwean experience
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View the documentHistorical background
View the documentThe post-colonial dilemma
View the documentEmpowering local management
View the documentManaging the communal wildlife areas
View the documentPeople, wildlife, and property
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View the documentA caring partnership
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close this folderChapter 12 - Conclusions and recommendations
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View the documentSocial concerns and biodiversity conservation
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View the documentDevelopment planning and biodiversity conservation
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