Conservation across the cultural divide : comparative perspectives on local communities and protected area management in the Asia-Pacific region
The widespread rise of a modern conservation ethic has seen national parks, archaeological parks, nature reserves and a host of other forms of protected area (PA) spread to almost every corner of the globe. As a body of thought and practice that was developed initially in western industrialised societies, the spread of modern, state initiated conservation has been a spectacular success as far as increasing the total area of protected land and waters is concerned, but it has not always been a...[Show more]
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