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Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas Principles, Guidelines and Case Studies

Edited By: Javier Beltran and Adrian Phillips
133 pages, Tabs, maps
Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas
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  • Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas ISBN: 9782831705477 Paperback Jan 2000 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Provides a framework for developing partnerships between indigenous and other traditional peoples and protected area managers. Includes a number of case studies giving examples from different parts of the world on successful experiences on the application of these principles.

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Edited By: Javier Beltran and Adrian Phillips
133 pages, Tabs, maps
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