Parks, Peace, and Partnership: Global Initiatives in Transboundary Conservation

Michael S. Quinn (Editor)
Len Broberg (Editor)
Wayne Freimund (Editor)

978-1-55238-642-2 (Paperback)

978-1-55238-644-6 (Institutional PDF)
978-1-55238-645-3 (ePub)

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400 pages
11 photos, 11 maps
Energy, Ecology, and the Environment
December 2012

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About the Book

Today, over 3,000 protected areas around the world contribute to the protection of biodiversity, peaceful relations between neighbouring countries, and the well-being of people living in and around the protected environs. Historical and geo-political constraints are disappearing in a new spirit of collaboration to address common issues confronting ecosystems, species, and communities. Managing across boundaries is seen as the only way to ensure the long-term viability of ecological systems and sustainable communities.

Current international thinking in this area is reflected in this collection of essays by park managers, biologists, scholars, scientists, and researchers. From Waterton-Glacier International Park to the European Alps, and Lake Titicaca in Peru and Bolivia, the essays provide illustrative examples of the challenges and new solutions that are emerging around the world.

About the Author

Michael S. Quinn is the Director and Talisman Energy Chair of Environmental Sustainability at the Institute for Environmental Sustainability, Mount Royal University.Len Broberg is the Director of the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Montana.Wayne Freimund is the Director of the Wilderness Institute and a Professor in the College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana.

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1. Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park: Observations and Retrospection on Cooperation Issues Download
2. Enhancing Connectivity through Cooperative Management: Lessons Learned from Twenty-One Years of Transboundary Programs in the Australian Alps Download
3. The Australian Alps Transboundary Partnership: Analyzing its Success as a Tourism/Protected Area Partnership Download
4. Transboundary Protection of Mont Blanc: Twenty Years of Tri-national Negotiation around the Roof of the European Alps Download
5. On the Edge: Factors Influencing Conservation and Management in Two Border Mexican Parks Download
6. Environmental Peace-building in Peru and Bolivia: The Collaboration Framework for Lago de Titicaca Download
7. Transfrontier Conservation Areas: The Southern African Experience Download
8. Building Robustness to Disturbance: Governance in Southern African Peace Parks Download
9. Community-based Wildlife Management in Support of Transfrontier Conservation: The Selous Niassa and Kawango Upper Zambezi Challenges Download
10. Fast-Track Strengthening of the Management Capacity of Conservation Institutions: The Case of the Effect of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park in Mozambiques Capacity Download
11. The Maloti Drakensberg Transfrontier Conservation and Development Project: A Cooperative Initiative between Lesotho and South Africa Download
12. Transboundary Environmental Education: A Graduate Program Case Study Download
13. Transboundary Conservation Management, Research, and Learning: A South African and United States Perspective Download
14. Successes and Challenges that Face a Peace Park's Training and Education Facility Download
15. The Siachen Peace Park Proposal: Reconfiguring the Kashmir Conflict? Download
16. Korean Demilitarized Zone Peace and Nature Park Download
17. Feasibility of a Corridor between Singhalila National Park and Senchal Wildlife Sanctuary: A Study of Five Villages between Poobong and 14th Mile Village Download
18. Under the Penumbra of Waterton-Glacier and Homeland Security: Could a Peace Park Appear along the U.S. Mexican Border? Download
19. The Niagara International Peace Park: A Proposal Download
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