Can Protected Areas Be Expanded in Africa

@inproceedings{Musters2000CanPA,
  title={Can Protected Areas Be Expanded in Africa},
  author={C. J. M. Musters and Hermanus Johannes de Graaf and Wim J. Ter Keurs},
  year={2000}
}
SoulA© & Sanjayan suggested that about 50% of the total land area is needed for protecting global biodiversity ( Science , 27 March 1998, p. [2060][1]). Such a target for nature conservation doesn't have a chance in Africa without serious and long-lasting investment in economic development. Economic development is a condition sine qua non for ambitious nature conservation projects in Africa. Therefore, [ Musters et al. ][2] plead for local sustainable development projects, preferably in… CONTINUE READING

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