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Local community participation in Wadi El-Gemel National Park

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Almost all conservation bodies and literature acknowledge the primary role local communities can play in the protection of natural resources supporting their livelihood. The Convention on Biodiversity (CBD) has paid special attention to this by highlighting specific targets with regard to local community involvement in PA management. Within the context of co management, this chapter of my PhD dissertation discusses the findings my field research in Wadi El Gemal National Park, Egypt (2010-2011), regarding local community participation in park management, and explores and analyses the key factors and obstacles that influence their participation.

This talk is part of the Political Ecology Group meetings series.

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