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Overview

<p>Protected areas around the globe national parks, wildlife reserves, biosphere reserves will prosper only if they are supported by the public, the private sector, and the full range of government agencies. Yet such support is unlikely unless society appreciates the importance of protected areas to its own interest, and the protected areas are well-managed and contribute to the national welfare in a cost-effective way.<p>A crucial foundation for success is full cooperation between individuals and institutions. Based on papers presented at the IVth World Congress on National Parks and Protected Areas, Expanding Partnerships in Conservation explores how new and stronger partnerships can be formed between managers of protected areas and other sectors of society. It describes a range of activities currently underway in many parts of the world that are intended to improve conservation efforts at the international, national, and local levels.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781559633512
  • Publisher: Island Press
  • Publication date: 11/1/1995
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 318
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeffrey A. McNeely is director of the Biodiversity Program at IUCN.

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Table of Contents


Preface
 
Chapter 1. Partnerships for Conservation: An Introduction
-Introduction
-Protected Areas: Contributions and Challenges
-Meeting the Challenges: Ten Principles for Successful Partnerships
-Converting Principles into Practice: The Caracas Action Plan
-Conclusion
 
PART I. Principles of Partnerships
Chapter 2. New Partners in Conservation: How to Expand Public Support for Protected Areas
Chapter 3. How to Build Local Support for Protected Areas
Chapter 4. Protection of the Earth's Environment and Corporate Ethics for the Future
Chapter 5. Institutional Options for Managing Protected Areas
Chapter 6. Bringing in the Law: Legal Strategies for Integrating Habitat Conservation into Land Use Planning and Management
Chapter 7. Social Science and Protected Area Management: The Principles of Partnership
Chapter 8. Biosphere Reserves: A Comprehensive Approach
 
PART II. Partnerships with Major Sectors
Chapter 9. Forestry and Protected Areas: A Natural Partnership
Chapter 10. Medicinal Plants and Protected Areas
Chapter 11. The Evolution of Zoos, Aquaria, and Botanic Gardens in Relation to Protected Areas
Chapter 12. Fisheries and Protected Areas
Chapter 13. Protected Areas and The Hydrological Cycle
Chapter 14. Protected Areas as a Protection against Natural Hazards
Chapter 15. Protected Areas and the Tourism Industry
Chapter 16. Energy Exploitation and Protected Areas
Chapter 17. Protected Areas as Investments
Chapter 18. How to Involve Women in Protected Area Issues
Chapter 19. Redefining National Security: The Military and Protected Areas
 
PART III. Partnerships with Communities
Chapter 20. No Park Is an Island
Chapter 21. Protected Areas and the Private Sector: Building NGO Relationships
Chapter 22. Innovative Partners: The Value of Nongovernment Organizations in Establishing and Managing Protected Areas
Chapter 23. Lessons from 35 Years of Private Preserve Management in  the USA: The Preserve System of the Nature Conservancy
Chapter 24. Partnerships between Rural People and Protected Areas: Understanding Land Use and Natural Resource Decisions 
Chapter 25. Working with People Who Live in Protected Areas
Chapter 26. People and Their Participation: New Approaches to Resolving Conflicts and Promoting Cooperation
Chapter 27. Aboriginal Societies, Tourism, and Conservation: The Case of Canada's Northwest Territories
Chapter 28. Stewardship: Landowners as Partners in Conservation
Chapter 29. The South African Natural Heritage Program: A New Partnership among Government, Landowners, and the Business Sector
Chapter 30. Agreements between Conservation Agencies and Tribal Neighbors in South Africa
Chapter 31. Communities, Parks, and Regional Planning: A Co-management Strategy Based on the Zimbabwean Experience
Chapter 32. Neighbors as Partners of Protected Areas
 
Index
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