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Collaborative land use planning : zoning for conservation and development in protected areas

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Naughton Treves, Lisa
Publisher
Land Tenure Center, Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin
Date
2007
Subject(s)
Land use Developing countries Planning; Zoning Developing countries
Series
Tenure brief, no. 4
Abstract
Participatory zoning projects promise to balance conservation and development at a landscape scale, but such efforts face serious political and institutional challenges. Case studies from Bolivia, Philippines and Peru reveal that governance, funding commitments, ecological context, and the use of innovative mapping techniques can stall or advance zoning outcomes.
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16 p.
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http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1793/22153 
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