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Mas allá de las fronteras: manejo transfronterizo de recursos naturales en Africa Sub-Sahariana

by Linde, H. van der; Oglethorpe, J; Sandwith, T; Snelson, D; Tessema, Y; Tiega, A; Price, T; Biodiversity Support Program, Washington, DC (EUA).
Publisher: Washington, DC (EUA) 2001Description: 166 p.Other Title: Beyond boundaries: transboundary natural resource management in Sub-Saharan Africa.Subject(s): RECURSOS NATURALES | BIODIVERSIDAD | ORDENACION DE RECURSOS | RESERVAS NATURALES | PARTICIPACION COMUNITARIA | DESARROLLO DE LA COMUNIDAD | ACUERDOS INTERNACIONALES | FINANCIAMIENTO | PROYECTOS DE DESARROLLO | VIGILANCIA | AFRICA AL SUR DEL SAHARA | NATURAL RESOURCES | BIODIVERSITY | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | NATURE RESERVES | COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT | COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT | INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS | FINANCING | DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS | MONITORING | AFRICA SOUTH OF SAHARA | RESSOURCE NATURELLE | BIODIVERSITE | GESTION DES RESSOURCES | RESERVE NATURELLE | PARTICIPATION COMMUNAUTAIRE | DEVELOPPEMENT DE LA COMMUNAUTE | ACCORD INTERNATIONAL | FINANCEMENT | PROJET DE DEVELOPPEMENT | SURVEILLANCE | AFRIQUE AU SUD DU SAHARA | ZONAS TRANSFRONTERIZAS | AREAS PROTEGIDASSummary: BSP's Transboundary Project was designed to obtain an overview of, to assess opportunities and constraints for, and to draw lessons learned from TBNRM developments in sub-Saharan Africa to date. Focus is on using collaborative natural resource management approaches to enhance or maintain ecosystem function and biodiversity conservation in large-scale natural systems in transborder areas. This document provides key elements of the TBNRM approach, TBNRM process and decision-making, and conclusions and future needs
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BSP's Transboundary Project was designed to obtain an overview of, to assess opportunities and constraints for, and to draw lessons learned from TBNRM developments in sub-Saharan Africa to date. Focus is on using collaborative natural resource management approaches to enhance or maintain ecosystem function and biodiversity conservation in large-scale natural systems in transborder areas. This document provides key elements of the TBNRM approach, TBNRM process and decision-making, and conclusions and future needs

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