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Co-Management of Protected Areas

Marhawati Mappatoba

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Paperback. 212 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.5in.The lost of biological diversity, especially in tropical countries is a major global challenge of our time. The establishment of protected areas remains to be the most important policy instrument to deal with this challenge. However, the conventional state-based approaches to manage protected areas have often failed to balance the goal of nature conservation with the goal of improving the livelihood of the local communities. A promising approach to deal with this problem is the concept of co-management (collaborative management), which envisages a joint management of protected areas by both state agencies and local communities. An interesting work on Community Agreement on Nature Conservation in the Lore Lindu Nationbal Park, Indonesia have a considerable potential for dealing with conflicting interests of diverse stakeholders concerning protected area management. As such agreements are locally negotiated; they can take the specific ecological, socio-economic and cultural conditions at the local level into account. Co-management makes a major contribution to the analytical literature on natural resource and anyone else who may be considering a negotiation for marketing efforts. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783844316797

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Title: Co-Management of Protected Areas

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Paperback

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The lost of biological diversity, especially in tropical countries is a major global challenge of our time. The establishment of protected areas remains to be the most important policy instrument to deal with this challenge. However, the conventional state-based approaches to manage protected areas have often failed to balance the goal of nature conservation with the goal of improving the livelihood of the local communities. A promising approach to deal with this problem is the concept of co-management (collaborative management), which envisages a joint management of protected areas by both state agencies and local communities. An interesting work on “Community Agreement on Nature Conservation in the Lore Lindu Nationbal Park, Indonesia have a considerable potential for dealing with conflicting interests of diverse stakeholders concerning protected area management. As such agreements are locally negotiated; they can take the specific ecological, socio-economic and cultural conditions at the local level into account. Co-management makes a major contribution to the analytical literature on natural resource and anyone else who may be considering a negotiation for marketing efforts.

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Dr. Marhawati Mappatoba. Professor of Agriculture Economics at Tadulako University, Indonesia. Project Manager of the Collaboration Research (BLS, 2008-2011) with Bank of Indonesia-Palu, and the head of Women Study Center of UNTAD

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