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Linking Conservation and Poverty Reduction Landscapes, People and Power

By: R Fisher, S Jeanrenaud, S Maginnis, W Jackson and E Barrow
146 pages, Boxes
Publisher: Earthscan
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About this book

Provides a grand overview and a conceptual framework for addressing poverty reduction in the context of conservation and conservation in the context of poverty reduction.

Includes recent developments in theory, fieldwork and new case studies from Francophone Africa and Latin America.

Fully updated and revised edition of the book previously published under the title "Poverty and Conservation" by the IUCN.

Contents

Foreword * Introduction * Past Experiences * Case Studies * Scale, Landscapes, Boundaries and Negotiation * Structures, Institutions and Rights * Linking Conservation and Poverty Reduction * Index

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Biography

Robert J. Fisher is at the University of Sydney. Stewart Maginnis heads IUCN's Forest Conservation Programme and is co-editor of Forests in Landscapes (2005) and The Forest Landscape Restoration Handbook (2007). William Jackson is Deputy Director General of IUCN and co-author of Forest Quality (2006). Edmund Barrow is coordinator of Forest Conservation and the Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy for IUCN in Africa. Sally Jeanrenaud is Coordinator of the Future of Sustainability Initiative at IUCN. Published with IUCN
By: R Fisher, S Jeanrenaud, S Maginnis, W Jackson and E Barrow
146 pages, Boxes
Publisher: Earthscan
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* 'The catalyst for a real paradigm shift...on the ground where poor people are struggling to make a living' Policy Matters
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