Edited By: Louise E Buck, Charles C Geisler, John Schelhas and Eva Wollenberg
465 pages, Figs, tabs
Examines the potential of adaptive collaborative management (ACM) in reconciling a protected area's competing demands for biodiversity conservation, local livlihood support, and broader-based regional development. It clarifies ACM's emerging characteristics and assesses its suitability for a variety of protected area situations. US orientation.
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