Protected Landscapes (IUCN Protected Area Category V) are lived-in working landscapes. In the past, there has been a tendency to see them as a rather Eurocentric approach to protected areas but increasingly the category is being designated in other parts of the world, including in a number of developing countries. The Guidelines include sections on the background and on the planning of such areas, and chapters on the principles, policies, process and the means for their management. The text includes more than 20 case studies from more than 15 countries in every region of the world.
Management Guidelines for IUCN Category V Protected Areas, Protected Landscapes/Seascapes
Type of Resource:
Best Practice / Lessons Learned
Guides and Manuals
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