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2020  January-March | Vol  18 | Issue  1
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Conservation Trapped in Ethno-regional Politics: Multiple Faces of the Struggles over Nechisar National Park (Southern Ethiopia)
Bayisa Feye Bedane, Ann Cassiman, Mark Breusers
The purpose of this study is to analyse the manifold struggles over land in southern Ethiopia's Nechisar National Park (NNP). The formal creation of NNP in 1974 fundamentally altered the scene, ...
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Evaluating the Conservation Attitudes, Awareness and Knowledge of Residents towards Vieques National Wildlife Refuge, Puerto Rico
Ana Guzman, Joel T Heinen, Jay P Sah
Numerous studies have shown that conflicts between local people and Protected Areas (PA) can undermine conservation goals. This study explores attitudes towards Vieques National Wildlife Refuge (VNW...
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The Making of a Conservation Landscape: Towards a Practice of Interdependence
Anne H Toomey
The role of indigenous peoples in the conservation of biological diversity and the role of biological diversity in the lives of indigenous peoples have attracted increasing amounts of attention in t...
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