Shifting pro te cted are a s trate gie s to e vidence bas ed go ve rn ance and management
Contributo in atti di conferenza
Protected area governance is dealing with ‘public goods’ targeted to balance conservation and development. Their exceptional assets and high community-development potential ask for innovative deliberative ‘evidence-based governance’ which are multilevel, pluralistic, reflective, trans-border, ecological, dynamic and open to changing constraints. Mobilizing the region’s potential and applying methods stimulate economy, knowledge development and community interactions. The UNESCO World Heritage sites Swiss Alps J ungfau-Aletsch (CH), Dolomites (IT), Idrija (SLO), and Biosphere Reserves Entlebuch (CH) and Wienerwald (A) represent examples of protected areas with inclusive management approaches in different governance systems.
Atti di conferenza
6th Symposium for Research in Protected Areas
Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Salzburg
2 – 3 November 2017
World Heritage, Biosphere Reserves, governance, management, change processes, deliberative democracy, evidence based systems, integrated approaches, regional development methodologies