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Globalization of Conservation: A View from the South

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Science  10 Aug 2007:
Vol. 317, Issue 5839, pp. 755-756
DOI: 10.1126/science.1145560

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  • Global Conservation: A View From the Planet

    J.-P. Rodriguez et al. (Policy Forum, "Globalization of conservation: A view from the south," 10 August 2007, p. 755) argue that strong local institutions are key to successful developing-country conservation. Few would dispute this, but the global institutions they criticize also have essential roles.

    Templates to set global conservation priorities are not mere ‘brands.’ Their main purpose is to channel global...

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