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Social Assessment of Conservation Initiatives A Review of Rapid Methodologies

Social Assessment of Conservation Initiatives
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Some 30 tools and methods for assessing social impacts in protected areas and elsewhere are reviewed in this publication, with a view to understanding how different researchers have tackled the various challenges associated with impact assessment. This experience is used to inform a framework for a standardised process that can guide the design of locally appropriate assessment methodologies. Such a standard process would facilitate robust, objective comparisons between sites as well as assisting in the task of addressing genuine concerns and enhancing potential benefits.

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