Understanding and managing the concerns of local people is essential for the success of most, if not all, conservation initiatives. These two volumes are a resource set designed to help professionals employed in conservation initiatives to identify the social concerns that are relevant for their work, assess options for action and implement them. The first volume is a companion to a process and may be used to assist in planning, evaluating or redesigning a conservation initiative. It is expected to involve a series of meetings in field-based activities. The second volume is a reference book to be consulted, as needed, at various stages in the process.Indirect incentives do not require a special budget for biodiversity conservation, but rather apply fiscal, service, social, and natural resources policies to specific conservation problems. ... They can smooth the uneven distribution of the costs and benefits of conserving biological resources. ... or to refrain from changing the present land-use (as with designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest in the UK) .
|Title||:||Beyond Fences: A resource book|
|Author||:||Grazia Borrini, Dianne Buchan|
|Publisher||:||IUCN - 1997-01-01|