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Biodiversity conservation, law, and livelihoods

Biodiversity conservation, law, and livelihoods

bridging the north-south divide

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biodiversity conservation -- Law and legislation,
  • North and south

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Michael I. Jeffery, Jeremy Firestone, Karen Bubna-Litic.
    SeriesIUCN Academy of environmental law research studies
    ContributionsJeffery, Michael I. 1942-, Firestone, Jeremy M., Bubna-Litic, Karen, 1956-, IUCN Academy of Environmental Law. Colloquium
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK3488 .B566 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17991481M
    ISBN 109780521885034
    LC Control Number2007024349

    Conservation efforts that do not consider emphasizing on habitat orientation are doomed to fail. The chapters present conceptual aspects law case studies ranging from traditional to more modern approaches, from tropical as well as from temperate regions of the world, with examples of the AFS functions mentioned above. Bridging the dominant-indigenous peoples cultural divide: reflections on Makah whaling; Part V. Uses of Components of Biodiversity: Professor Firestone's research and teaching interests include ocean governance, wildlife conservation, energy policy, and indigenous rights.

    However, conservationists law disagreed on the implication of allowing the developing countries to raise their emissions to certain levels in order to attain certain development levels. Robinson, Chair of the Academy, a special note of thanks; without his inspiration and dedication neither the Academy nor the impressive body of research knowledge contained in this and earlier colloquia publications would have seen the light of day. Even an agricultural society that primarily grows monocultures relies on biodiversity at some point. Models of justice in the environmental debate.

    Currently AFS are considered to be a land use that can achieve a compromise among productive and environmental functions. EC law and biodiversity; Biodiversity conservation identifies lessons from case studies that combine biodiversity conservation and livelihood aims in tropical regions and reviews methodological issues relevant to transdisciplinary research. This chapter aims to analyse how research has contributed to this objective and how it could be designed for future integrative activities at the landscape level.


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