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Biodiversity and Ecological Economics Participation, Values and Resource Management

By: Luca Tacconi
254 pages, Tabs, figs
Publisher: Earthscan
Biodiversity and Ecological Economics
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Presents an accessible introduction to applied ecological economics, while broadening its theoretical basis to include a post-positivist, participatory method. This is applied to case studies from diverse ecosystems from around the world.


Part 1 Methodology, paradigms, ethics and participation: scientific methodology; paradigms and environmental decision-making; intergenerational equity and biodiversity conservation; economics, land-use planning and participation. Part 2 Case studies: conflict and agreement in Australian forests; marine conservation through partnerships; biodiversity conservation in Indonesia; from top-down to participatory planning in Adirondack Park; institutions, values and conservation in Vanuatu; negotiating agendas in the Indian ecodevelopment project; conflict management in community resource projects.

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Lucca Tacconi is Rural Development Adviser for the Australian Agency for International Development.
By: Luca Tacconi
254 pages, Tabs, figs
Publisher: Earthscan
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This book should find a wide audience. Those with a direct interest in matters relating to the conservation of biodiversity will find it a useful resource. -- Pacific Economic Bulletin
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