Guidelines for engaging stakeholders in managing protected areas - N. Karadeniz

Guidelines for engaging stakeholders in managing protected areas

forest pathways for green recovery and building inclusive, resilient and sustainable economies

; Food and Agriculture Organization ; Republic of Turkey: Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry ; N. Yenilmez Arpa

The Guidelines for Engaging Stakeholders in Managing Protected Areas have been developed as part of the Conservation and Sustainable Management of Turkeys' Steppe Ecosystem Project. The guidelines are designed for managers and staff of protected areas, as well as conservation scientists and stakeholders involved in the management of protected areas in Turkey. Les mer
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The Guidelines for Engaging Stakeholders in Managing Protected Areas have been developed as part of the Conservation and Sustainable Management of Turkeys' Steppe Ecosystem Project. The guidelines are designed for managers and staff of protected areas, as well as conservation scientists and stakeholders involved in the management of protected areas in Turkey. They cover a strong theoretical base highlighting the relevance and importance of stakeholder participation in protected area management, as well as the current state of stakeholder participation in Turkey's protected areas system. The guidelines focus primarily on the international and national development of stakeholder engagement in protected areas. They also discuss the process of establishing, planning and managing protected areas, and explain how to engage with stakeholders at the national level through internationally accepted approaches
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Forlag: Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 156
ISBN: 9789251356548
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