Shifting the power: decentralization and biodiversity conservation
Biodiversity Support Program, 2000 - Business & Economics - 53 pages
Why study decentralization and conservation?. Case study summaries. Decentralization and conservation. What's at stake?. Institutions and conservation. Putting the findings in perspective. To learn more.
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