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Protecting biological diversity [electronic resource] : roles and responsibilities / edited by Catherine Potvin, Margaret Kraenzel, and Gilles Seutin.

Contributor(s): Seutin, Gilles, 1961- | Potvin, Catherine Jeanne, 1957- | Kraenzel, Margaret | World Conservation Congress (1st : 1996 : Montr�eal, Qu�ebec).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Montreal, Que. : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2001Description: 1 online resource (xv, 151 p.).ISBN: 0773521585 (bound); 9780773521582 (bound); 0773521593 (pbk.); 9780773521599 (pbk.); 9780773569027 (electronic bk.); 0773569022 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Biodiversity conservation -- Developing countries -- Congresses | Biodiversity conservation -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Developing countries -- Congresses | Biodiversit�e -- Conservation -- Pays en voie de d�eveloppement -- Congr�es | Biodiversit�e -- Conservation -- Aspect moral -- Pays en voie de d�eveloppement -- Congr�es | Biodiversity conservation -- Developing countries | Biodiversity conservation -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Developing countries | Electronic books | Biodiversiteit | Natuurbeheer | NATURE / Animals / Wildlife | SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Biological DiversityGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Protecting biological diversity.DDC classification: 333.95/16/091724 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
The development and management of protected tropical areas: the need for a code of ethics to guide collaborative research in Africa. A case study from the R�epublique d�emocratique du Congo / L�eonard Mubalama -- Considerations on a code of ethics for conservation biologists / Marie-H�el�ene Parizeau -- The scientific community and the indigenous Emb�era community of Panama / Rogelio Cansar�i -- Cultural lenses and conservation biology: collaboration in tropical countries / Priscilla Weeks, Jane Packard, and Mirella Martinez-Velarde -- Conservation in action: assessing the behaviour of national and international researches working in Madagascar / Lala H. Rokotavao, R. Rokotoariseheno, and Chantale Andrianarivo -- Conservation biology and environmental values: can there be a universal earth ethic? / Bryan G. Norton -- The notion of effectiveness: lessons from the field of international development / Georgina Wigley and Heather Baser -- Conservation that makes dollars and sense: the RARE Center for Tropical Conservation Work in the Caribbean / Paul Butler and Victor Alleyne Regis -- Conclusion: blending universal and local ethics: accountability towards nature, perfect strangers, and society / Anil K. Gupta ... [et al.].
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Papers originally presented at a symposium held during the IUCN World Conservation Congress, Montr�eal, Quebec, 13-23 Oct. 1996.

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The development and management of protected tropical areas: the need for a code of ethics to guide collaborative research in Africa. A case study from the R�epublique d�emocratique du Congo / L�eonard Mubalama -- Considerations on a code of ethics for conservation biologists / Marie-H�el�ene Parizeau -- The scientific community and the indigenous Emb�era community of Panama / Rogelio Cansar�i -- Cultural lenses and conservation biology: collaboration in tropical countries / Priscilla Weeks, Jane Packard, and Mirella Martinez-Velarde -- Conservation in action: assessing the behaviour of national and international researches working in Madagascar / Lala H. Rokotavao, R. Rokotoariseheno, and Chantale Andrianarivo -- Conservation biology and environmental values: can there be a universal earth ethic? / Bryan G. Norton -- The notion of effectiveness: lessons from the field of international development / Georgina Wigley and Heather Baser -- Conservation that makes dollars and sense: the RARE Center for Tropical Conservation Work in the Caribbean / Paul Butler and Victor Alleyne Regis -- Conclusion: blending universal and local ethics: accountability towards nature, perfect strangers, and society / Anil K. Gupta ... [et al.].

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