Edited By: Jeremy Carew-Reid
594 pages, Tabs, maps
The result of 2 workshops for biodiversity planners in 1999/2000, this book provides a summary and analysis of the key issues confronting planners in Asia, with a review of the biodiversity conservation challenges they are attempting to manage. Presents 15 country case studies and addresses economics, law and communications.
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