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Transboundary Protected Areas The Viability of Regional Conservation Strategies

Edited By: Uromi Manage Goodale
271 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
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Aims to show how to protect wild areas that cross national borders and cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic boundaries.

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Foreword Acknowledgments INTRODUCTION The Goals and Challenges of the March 30-31, 2001 Yale ISTF Conference Entitled: Transboundary Protected Areas: The Viability of Regional Conservation Strategies KEYNOTE Self-Management as the Goal of Regional Conservation Strategies OVERVIEW PAPERS Imposing Transboundary Conservation: Cooperation Between Internationally Adjoining Protected Areas Conservation from Above: An Anthropological Perspective on Transboundary Protected Areas and Ecoregional Planning Protected Area Management in the Tropics: Can We Learn from Experience Planning Protected Areas Across Boundaries: New Paradigms and Old Ghosts SITE SPECIFIC PAPERS Responding to the Idea of Transboundary Conservation: An Overview of Public Reaction to the Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) Conservation Initiative Transfrontier Conservation Areas (TFCAs) in Southern Africa: Their Role in Conserving Biodiversity, Socioeconomic Development and Promoting a Culture of Peace Overcoming Barriers: Conservation and Development in the Maloti-Drakensberg Mountains of Southern Africa Same Forest, Different Countries: Cultural Dimensions of Protected Area Management in Southeastern Venezuela and Western Guyana Regional Conservation in the Virunga-Bwindi Region: The Impact of Transfrontier Collaboration Through the Experiences of the International Gorilla Conservation Programme Transboundary Biodiversity Conservation Initiative: An Example from Nepal ABSTRACTS Corbett International: Answering the Challenge for a US-Based International Conservation Non-Profit Organization Transboundary Natural Resources Management (TBNRM): Conservationists' Dreams or Solid Means to Achieve Real Benefits for Real People Village Republics and Venture Capitalists: Strange Bedfellows in Zimbabwe-Mozambique Transborder Conservation Science and Politics in International Natural Resource Management: Case of the Chimanimani Transfrontier Conservation Area SYNTHESIS A Synthesis of the March 2001 Conference on the Viability of Transboundary Protected Areas at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Acronyms Roster of Speakers and Presenters Index Reference Notes Included

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Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA
Edited By: Uromi Manage Goodale
271 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
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