Challenging the win-win discourse on conservation and development : analyzing support for marine protected areas

  title={Challenging the win-win discourse on conservation and development : analyzing support for marine protected areas},
  author={Tomas Chaigneau and Katrina Fiona Brown},
Conservation designations such as protected areas are increasing in numbers around the world, yet it is widely reported that many are failing to reach their objectives. They are frequently promoted as opportunities for win-win outcomes that can both protect biodiversity and lead to economic benefits for affected communities. This win-win view characterizes the dominant discourse surrounding many protected areas. Although this discourse and the arguments derived from it may lead to initial… CONTINUE READING


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