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Communicating Protected Areas

Edited By: D Hamu, E Auchincloss and W Goldstein
311 pages, Illus
Communicating Protected Areas
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Protected areas operate within complex ecological and social systems, presenting challenges to protected areas that cannot be resolved by technical solutions alone. Achieving the management objectives of protected areas requires a social approach in which strategic communication is a key instrument. This book explores the often under-estimated potential of communication, sharing valuable experiences across the world, drawing on papers presented at the fifth IUCN World Parks Congress, 2003 and others.

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Edited By: D Hamu, E Auchincloss and W Goldstein
311 pages, Illus
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