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BEST PRACTICE IN STRATEGIC PARK MANAGEMENT: Towards an Integrated Park Management Model

By Judi Inglis, Paul Whitelaw and Michael Pearlman
BEST PRACTICE IN STRATEGIC PARK MANAGEMENT: Towards an Integrated Park Management Model
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Park agencies worldwide are faced with increasing demand for their facilities and services coupled with declining finances and human resources. The ability to develop a more comprehensive and relevant park management system to meet these challenges has become increasingly important. The main aims of the project are: (1) To describe, analyse and evaluate best practices and management benchmarks for the strategic management of protected areas; and (2) To develop a framework that will guide park management agencies in the strategic management of protected areas.
Park agencies worldwide are faced with increasing demand for their facilities and services coupled with declining finances and human resources. The ability to develop a more comprehensive and relevant park management system to meet these challenges has become increasingly important. The main aims of the project are: (1) To describe, analyse and evaluate best practices and management benchmarks for the strategic management of protected areas; and (2) To develop a framework that will guide park management agencies in the strategic management of protected areas. Reduce

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