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Dec 23, 2008 · File

Guidelines for Low-Impact Tourism Along the Coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico

Molina, C., P. Rubinoff and J. Carranza. 2001. Guidelines for Low-Impact Tourism Along the Coast of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island. Narragansett, Rhode Island USA. 116 pp.

Green Highways Consortium USAID Semi-Annual Report 2005
Dec 23, 2008 · File

Green Highways Consortium USAID Semi-Annual Report 2005

During the last semester, the Green Highways Consortium aimed to attract new partnerships and collaborations, while strengthening the initiatives among its members, the interaction with social groups, organizations and movements involved in the project’s development and the participation in the…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Pwani Yetu - 2001 - Issue 11

Pwani Yetu. 2001. TCMP Newsletter. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Issue 11.

Dec 23, 2008 · File

MAKING IT PAY: CAN COMMUNITY-BASED BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION PROGRAMMES BE SUSTAINED THROUGH MARKET-DRIVEN INCOME GENERATION SCHEMES? (JORDAN)

This case study examines the results of a pioneering project, implemented by the RSCN, which has attempted to sustain biodiversity conservation in Jordan’s protected areas through the development of community based, market-driven income generation and tourism programmes. It describes how…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Mbomipa Project Idodi and Pawaga Divisions Iringa Region, Tanzania and Selous Conservation Program Songea and Morogoro Districts Ruvuma and Morogoro Regions, Tanzania - Appendix 1

Both the Mbomipa Project and the Selous Conservation Program (SCP) involve community management and sustainable use of wildlife resources in and around game reserves, and have won widespread acclaim for their management of natural resources. This report cautions against calling…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Making Biodiversity Conservation Happen: The Role of Environmental Education and Communication

By Pat Foster-Turley, 1996, Environmental Education and Communication Project (GreenCOM), U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Recognizing the environmental and economic benefits of biodiversity means acknowledging how people protect or destroy the earth's biological richness. People make decisions and take…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Coastal Economics

InterCoast #32. 1998. Coastal Economics. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island. Narragansett, Rhode Island USA. Fall. 32 pp.

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Beyond Boundaries: Transboundary Natural Resource Management in Sub-Saharan Africa

By Harry van der Linde, Judy Oglethorpe, Trevor Sandwith, Deborah Snelson, Yemeserach Tessema, Anada Tiega and Thomas Price, © 2001 Biodiversity Support Program (BSP) The Biodiversity Support Program's Transboundary Project was designed to obtain an overview of, to assess opportunities…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Plan to Succeed A Systematic Approach to Designing and Using Program Strategies

By David Gambill, 2003 This document outlines a systematic method to help design successful program strategies. It covers the process of defining the strategy's goals and vision, objectives and activities and work plans. Project implementation, monitoring, analysis and adjustments are…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Module 5: Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism (pdf - 458Kb)

Mod5 Guidelines_ST.pdf - 458Kb ecotour-brochure-en.pdf

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Forest protection in a CBFM site: The case of Tibkoi

KEYWORD: Community-based Natural Foresta Management, Asia. Asia, Philippines, incentives, logging, conservation, protected areas, reforestation, watershed, co-management, forestry department, institutions, communication, community participation, conflict, environmental education, case study, lessons learned. SUMMARY: This case study focuses on the CBNFM project TIBKOI near…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

CATTLE, COCKATOOS, CHAMELEONS, AND NINJA TURTLES: SEEKING SUSTAINABILITY IN FOREST MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION IN NUSA TENGGARA, INDONESIA

INTRODUCTION During the past three decades, Indonesia’s forest lands have been mapped, classified, and utilized to meet increasing demands for commercial exploitation, watershed protection, recreation, and biodiversity conservation. Throughout the archipelago, previously isolated forest areas have been opened up through…

Dec 23, 2008 · File

UN-WTO Global Code of Ethics for Sustainable Tourism (PDF 513KB)

UN-WTO Global Code of Ethics for Sustainable Tourism (PDF 513KB) Codigo Etico Ing.pdf

Dec 23, 2008 · File

Report on communities living within reach of the Bukit Raya National Park in Kalimantan Tengah

This report is one of a series of studies produced under the Government of Indonesia's National Resources Management Project. This study surveys the socio-economic conditions of three local communities living either close to or inside the borders of the Bukit…

Dec 19, 2008 · File

Retrospective Study of USAID Support to the Development of the Environment Sector in Bolivia

Submitted by: Thomas M. Catterson Consultant Task Order No. 813 Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Prepared for: The Environment Team USAID/Bolivia December 2000 Region: Latin America and the Caribbean Task order: Bolivia Natural Resources Valuation and Socioeconomic Opportunities. Technical area: Biodiversity Conservation

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South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Edition #110

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BBOP Learning Network Newsletter

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Volume 3 Issue 3: September 2008

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South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health News

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Edition # 112

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South America Environment, Science &Technology, and Health Newsletter

by Sebastian Toledo — Jan 10, 2013 11:50 AM

Edition # 111

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In Focus: Global Katoomba Meeting, June 9-10, 2008

by Forest Trends — Jan 10, 2013 10:04 AM

2008 Global Katoomba Meeting: Developing an Infrastructure Fund for the Planet. The Global Katoomba meeting brings together leading policy makers, major financial institutions, business leaders, the environmental community and local indigenous groups to discuss the current scope and potential of…

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