Parks Journal 19.2.

05 November 2013 | Downloads - publication
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Edited by Sue Stolton and Nigel Dudley, Equilibrium Research and IUCN WCPA

Editorial: Responding to disasters - the role of protected areas Yoshitaka Kumagai, Naoya Futura, Nigel Dudley, Nobukazu Naniwa and Radhika Murti

Nature needs half: a necessary and hopeful new agenda for protected areas Harvey Locke

The Serengeti of Asia: conservation in two major protected areas of the eastern plains landscape protected area complex, Cambodia Rohit Singh, Phan Channa, Prum Sovanna, Pin Chanratana, Gerard Ryan and Mark Wright

The vulnerability of communities around the marine protected areas of Bamboung, Cayar and Joal-Fadiouth in Senegal: places of adaptation to climate change Aby Drame and Pr Bienvenu Sambou

Improving the sustainable operation of a world heritage site: increasing energy efficiency and implementing a renewable energy system on Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles Christina Quanz, Nancy Bunbury and Frauke Fleischer-Dogley

Multi-level co-management in government-designated protected areas – opportunities to learn from models in mainland Southeast Asia John W.K. Parr, Paul Insua-Cao, Hoang Van Lam, Hoang Van Tue, Nguyen Bich Ha, Nguyen Van Lam, Nguyen Ngoc Quang, Nguyen The Cuong and Brian Crudge

The three new R’s for protected areas: repurpose, reposition and reinvest Jamison Ervin

A draft code of practice for research and monitoring in protected areas Marc Hockings, William Adams, Thomas M. Brooks, Nigel Dudley, Holly Jonas, Wayne Lotter, Vinod Mathur, Rauno Väisänen and Stephen Woodley

Transboundary protected areas management: experiences from W-Arly-Pendjari parks in West Africa Isidore O. Amahowé, Laurent G. Houessou, Soulemane Ashanti and Aristide C. Tehou


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3 Comments
1 Christina Quanz
Aldabra
Dear Jim,

thanks for your comment. And yes the goats are eradicated since August 2012.
Best wishes
Christina
November 27, 2013 - 11:13
2 jim thorsell
aldabra
very well written and convincing article. congrats on this initiative which will be another case where WH sets the standards. as a former Bd member of the SIF, it is great to see this practical achievement. P.S--are the goats eradicated yet?
November 12, 2013 - 04:32
3 Larry Hamilton IUCN/WCPA
Nature Needs Half
Harvey Locke lays it on the line. Overly ambitious? Impractical? Should be thoughtfully read by all PA persons. Way to go, Harv.
November 8, 2013 - 16:07
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