Protected area co-management and perceived livelihood impacts.

@article{Ward2018ProtectedAC,
  title={Protected area co-management and perceived livelihood impacts.},
  author={Caroline Ward and Lindsay C. Stringer and George W. Holmes},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2018},
  volume={228},
  pages={
          1-12
        }
}
Creation of protected areas to conserve biodiversity can have both positive and negative impacts, with impacts unequally distributed within local communities. A global shift towards local community involvement in protected area governance and co-management has aimed to reduce costs of protected area establishment and their uneven distribution. Yet, there is mixed evidence to support whether such initiatives are succeeding. Here, a protected area in Madagascar is used as a case study to explore… CONTINUE READING
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