Poverty, development, and biodiversity conservation: shooting in the dark?

Jun 19, 2009

 The authors examine connections between projects aimed at conserving biodiversity and alleviating poverty, including the conceptual background and an analysis of field projects with these dual goals. Project sub-categories include community-based wildlife management, extractive reserves and ecotourism.

Arun Agrawal and Kent Redford, Poverty, development, and biodiversity conservation: shooting in the dark?  Bronx, New York, Wildlife Conservation Society Working Paper 26, March 2006

Link: http://www.wcs.org/media/file/wcswp26.pdf

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