The Corbett Action Plan for Protected Areas of the Indomalayan Realm

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IUCN, 1985 - Conservation of natural resources - 23 pages
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Page 9 - ... independent wildlife/conservation departments with appropriate internal career structures. 2.1.3. Recruit dedicated and highly motivated staff at all professional levels within these departments, and provide opportunities for advancement within the system. Activities at the International Level: 2.1.4. Provide support to training efforts, through workshops, fellowships, curriculum development, training manuals, and other means. (Action by FAO, Unesco, WWF, IUCN.) 2.1.5. Ensure attendance at the...
Page 10 - Vietnam; - Workshops on management of wetlands, islands, and coastal and marine protected areas. Objective 2.3. TO DEVELOP SOUND MANAGEMENT POLICIES AND OBJECTIVES FOR PROTECTED AREAS AND TO ENSURE THAT ADEQUATE MANAGEMENT PLANS ARE PREPARED FOR EACH AREA. Activities at the National Level; 2.3.1. Document the values and objectives of each protected area so as to specify clearly the purpose of its protection status. 2.3.2. Draw up management plans to protect and perpetuate these specific values. 2.3.3....
Page 2 - Realm. Some countries already have national action plans for protected areas and are well advanced with implementation of some of the activities suggested here. But other countries may not have such plans or may face other obstacles. This plan provides the direction and the general guidelines for action, which will then need to be modified for the specific requirements of each country's development planning process. Activities designed to strengthen management capabilities are fundamental to the...
Page 9 - ... cooperation through the World Heritage Convention and the Biosphere Reserve programme, and provide relevant support to governments for preparing indicative inventories and strengthening field action in World Heritage properties and Biosphere Reserves. (Action by Unesco, with support from IUCN.) 1.3.9. Assist in the preparation of projects for submission to the World Heritage Committee for funding. (Action by Unesco, CNPPA.) Goal 2 THE DEVELOPMENT OF MANAGEMENT CAPABILITY FOR PROTECTED AREAS Objective...
Page 11 - Provide necessary documentation to persuade planning and finance ministries that conservation areas need adequate staff, funds, equipment and other resources for their long term survival, and to ensure that they are contributing to rural development in appropriate ways. 2.4.2.
Page 18 - ... conservation, eg control of agricultural pests, stockraiders, man-eaters etc., by direct means or barriers. 3.4.6. Develop programmes designed to show benefits from conservation measures: eg provision and regulation of water flows, excess product offtake in buffer zones, tourism, and others.
Page 7 - ... 1.2.3. Ensure that delegations to meetings of UNEP Regional Seas Programmes are fully briefed on the role of coastal and marine protected areas, and are prepared to support action in this field. Activities at the International Level; 1.2.4. Make available to national conservation agencies any concepts, information, and expertise required to provide enhanced protection to key habitats, including islands, coastal and marine habitats, wetlands, and mountains. (Action by IUCN, WWF, Unesco, UNEP.)...
Page 19 - REALM TO ENSURE MORE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT AND PROTECTION OF THEIR NATURAL RESOURCES. Activities at the National Level: 4.1.1. Interchange of ideas, information and expertise in conservation among nations, at senior policy, professional and research levels. 4.1.2. Offer frequent study tour and working tour facilities to examine conservation activities within the countries of the region. 4.1.3. Interchange expert staff between national management agencies, particularly where expertise is needed to...
Page 16 - Maintain a continuous level of support for informed population policies in fora, publications, and discussions dealing with natural resource conservation. (Action by all international agencies); 3.2.6. Maintain financial support for international organizations dealing with population issues, such as IPPF, Unicef, World Population Council, etc. (Action by all international agencies and donor governments); 3.2.7.
Page 16 - AND TO SUPPORT NATIONAL POLICIES AIMED AT REGULATING THESE FACTORS. Activities at the National Level; 3.2.1. Support national population policies by providing data, case histories and ecological arguments to promote population stability and wise land use. 3.2.2. Assist government agencies in the planning of areas to accept the new population increases in less environmentally critical areas. 3.2.3. Develop sound and convincing arguments which demonstrate that protecting critical natural areas helps...

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