Edited By: Tim O'Riordan and Susanne Stoll-Kleeman
317 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs, maps
Lays out the arguments for protecting biodiversity and enhancing degraded eco-systems through the involvement of local communities, and examines the experience of regions throughout the world where this approach has been implemented.
'Its strengths are its case studies and its important recognition that participatory democracy ! will, and must, drive a paradigm shift in conservation.' Nature 'The editors have gathered an impressive array of authors to contribute to the book. ! will be useful for someone wanting an introduction to the topic of biodiversity conservation outside reserves.' Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management
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