PCLG presentations at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM)

18 June 2007, Park City, Utah USA

Members of the PCLG presented papers in a session on conservation and human welfare linkages at the 2007 annual symposium of the International Association for Society and Natural Resources.

  • Dilys Roe (IIED) talked about the diversity of perpsectives on conservation poverty linkages;
  • Chad Dear (University of Montana) talked on displacement from protected areas and the World Bank's policy on involuntary resettlement;
  • Barney Dickson (Fauna and Flora International) talked about the principle of "do no harm" and what this means in practice for conservation activities;
  • Elspeth Halverson (Equator Initiative) talked about the Community Knowledge Service developed by the Equator Initiative and Ecoagriculture Partners.

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