The Turtle Island Heritage Protected Area: The Possibilities and Limits of Transborder Conservation

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2008
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"The paper looks into the history and culture of conservation that inform the TIHP, with emphasis on the roles of states, institutions, and individuals in the movement for trans-border conservation. It tries to point up to the possibilities of managing a transborder marine habitat high in biodiversity, how conservation makes possible transnational linkages, the sharing of knowledges, and the mobilization of various actors and resources for conservation as desired values vis-à-vis the need for settlement and livelihood. It tries as well to show the limits of trans- border conservation obtaining from local conditions that undermine conservation values."
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conservation, protected areas, transboundary resources, marine resources
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