Environmental Law

Module 4: Planning, Types, Establishment

Sunrise view at Torres del Paine National Park, Chile Photo: Shutterstock © Yongyut Kumsri
Second module on generic elements of protected area legislation. Covers protected area planning, categories of protected areas, establishment processes, and procedures for disestablishment or alteration.

Module 4: Outline

Guide to content and structure of the module, including suggestions for the instructor on how to prepare and use the materials, additional resources and assessment questions.

Module 4: Seminar Presentation

Presentation on planning, establishing, disestablishing or altering protected areas, including slides and detailed notes for the educator.

Exercise 4.1: Matching De Facto Realities to Legal Incorporation Tools (Instructions)

Large group exercise designed to enable learners to identify relevant stakeholders and use legal tools to adjust borders and regimes applied to the area.

Exercise 4.1: Matching De Facto Realities to Legal Incorporation Tools (Presentation)

Large group exercise designed to enable learners to identify relevant stakeholders and use legal tools to adjust borders and regimes applied to the area.

Exercise 4.2: Exploring Protected Areas Planning, Categories/Types, Establishment, Disestablishment and Alteration (Instructions)

Individual exercise, designed to promote an understanding of the manner in which the law provides for planning, protection and identification of a protected area.

Exercise 4.2: Exploring Protected Areas Planning, Categories/Types, Establishment, Disestablishment and Alteration (Presentation)

Individual exercise, designed to promote an understanding of the manner in which the law provides for planning, protection and identification of a protected area.

Module 4: VIDEO - Planning, Types, Establishment and Disestablishment

Short video introducing protected area planning and establishment processes and IUCN protected area categories.

 

User contributed materials

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Climate change and Australia's Booderee National Park

Otto Hucke
Climate change threats to a shared governance area; responses of the legal framework in goals and strategies

 

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