The Biodiversity Conservation Handbook is designed to assist state and local policymakers who wish to qthink globally and act locallyq by developing a state or local biodiversity program. In addition to providing background on biodiversity generally and the importance of such programs at the state and local level, it looks at how science can inform and be incorporated into biodiversity programs, the various legal tools states can use in implementing such programs, and the importance of considering people's social and economic needs in designing biodiversity programs. Last, it examines the steps Pennsylvania has taken to conserve and restore the native biodiversity within its borders.gram has represented the largest in Pennsylvania during the last two decades, during which PGC has acquired ... TheFishCommissionis also authorized to acquire aby purchase, gift, lease, eminent domain or otherwisea title to land within theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Biodiversity Conservation Handbook|
|Author||:||Robert B. McKinstry, Coreen Ripp, Emily Lisy|
|Publisher||:||Environmental Law Institute - 2006|