Preserving Nature Conservation and Sustainable Development
- Price $155.00
- ISBN: 9781682507421
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Conservation seeks the sustainable use of nature by humans, for activities such as hunting, logging, or mining, while preservation means protecting nature from human use. Higher economic growth is necessary to reduce the level of poverty and improve the living standard of population. But higher economic growth requires greater use of natural resources and environment which in turn leads to their degradation and eventual decay. Increased population pressure on natural resources also contributes to their degradation. Hence, higher growth may not necessarily lead to sustainable development unless it is accompanied by environmental protection. This book presents a variety of innovative ways that have been used to influence policy processes, from community pressure groups through elected and unelected leaders, to scientific discourse at the levels of directors of economic planning and conservation. This book analyzes experiences from a variety of conservation interventions and institutions. The book presents a framework for understanding and strategizing such work so that other institutions can identify where they can best add value.
Print ISBN: 9781682507421 | $ 155 | 2021 | Hardcover
Subject: Environmental Science
Editor: Samuel D. Mangin