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|Series:||Routledge Studies in Environmental Policy and Practice|
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Contents: Foreword; Part I Theoretical Background: A new paradigm for protected areas in Europe?, Ingo Mose and Norbert Weixlbaumer; Protected areas and regional development: conflicts and opportunities, Thomas Hammer. Part II Selected Case Studies: Biosphere reserves: an instrument for sustainable regional development? The case of Entlebuch, Switzerland, Thomas Hammer; Can tourism promote regional development in protected areas? Case studies from the biosphere reserves Slovensky Kras and Polana, Slovakia, Birgit Nolte; Nature parks and regional development in Austria: a case study of the nature park Ötscher-Tormäuer, Christine Gamper, Martin Heintel, Michael Leitner and Norbert Weixlbaumer; Hohe Tauern national park: a model for protected areas in the Alps?, Ingo Mose; Regional development and the French national parks. The case of the Vanoise national park, Isabelle Mauz; Preserving the man made environment: a case study of the Cinque Terre national park, Italy, Stefan Kah; National parks and rural development in Spain, Andreas Voth; Market-driven governance of biodiversity: an analysis of the Müritz national park (Germany) from a marketing perspective, Markus Liebenath; A future model for protected areas and sustainable tourism development: the new national parks in Scotland, L. Rory MacLellan; Protected areas and regional development issues in northern peripheries: nature protection, traditional economies and tourism in the Urho Kekkonen national park, Finland, Jarkko Saarinen; The economic potential of regional nature parks in Switzerland: a case study of the planned regional nature parks in the Canton of Berne, Dominik Siegrist, Marco Aufdereggen, Florian Lintzmeyer and Harry Spiess. Part III Synthesis: Protected areas and regional development in Europe: towards a new model for the 21st century, Thomas Hammer, Ingo Mose, Dominik Siegrist and Norbert Weixlbaumer; Index.