Integrating biodiversity conservation and sustainable use : lessons learned from ecological networks
IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management ; Syzygy, NL
IUCN’s 5th World Parks Congress (2003) concluded that parks should not exist as unique islands, but need to be planned and managed as an integral part of the broader landscape. Ecological networks provide an operational model for conserving biodiversity that is based on ecological principles and allow a degree of human use of the landscape. This publication illustrates the development of several ecological networks around the world, demonstrating their benefits both for conservation and sustainable development.
Gland : IUCN, 2004. 55p. : ill., maps.
Price: 21 USD ; Order number: 1404
Note: Includes bibliographic references