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PA Business Plan Catalogue - Parks Victoria: Marine Protected Areas Program Plan 2012 - 2014

The Government of Seychelles-UNDP-GEF Protected Area Finance and Outer Islands projects hosted a Business Planning workshop for Protected Areas in Seychelles in September 2017. In preparation for this training, a database containing examples of terrestrial and marine business plans from around the world and guidelines for their development was produced. We are sharing in this post the Parks Victoria: Marine Protected Areas Program Plan 2012 - 2014 report. 

Indigenous - Government Co-Management of Protected Areas: Booderee National Park and the National Framework in Australia I IUCN

This case study first describes and assesses co-management governance arrangements for Booderee
National Park on the south-east coast of Australia. It then goes on to set this examination in the broader
context of a range of other types of protected area co-management governance arrangements in
the country. Co-management of Booderee National Park raises and reflects issues from the ongoing
development of co-managed protected areas in Australia. The co-management arrangements for

Legal Framework for Protected Areas: Australia I IUCN

The Australian continent, together with its islands and marine areas, manifests high levels of biodiversity.
It has a comprehensive and globally recognized legislative and policy regime for terrestrial and marine
protected areas. Despite this generally innovative scheme, Australia continues to suffer from significant
loss of its biodiversity. This case study sets out the Australian legislative framework, policy and
principles of protected areas legislation and management at the federal level. It focuses primarily on the

Using An Integrated Environmental-Economic Accounting Framework For Sustainable Management Of A World Heritage Area

A conceptual framework based on accounting principles of stocks, flows, and investment can be applied to natural capital, social and cultural capital, human capital and financial and physical capitals. Development and application of this framework can help to reveal the environmental, social and economic impacts and interactions of prevailing land use (or other management) practices, and provide a way of assessing the effectiveness of different programmes for achieving desired management objectives.

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