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Minutes of ABCG Meeting: Land Use Management Tools for Conservation in East Africa

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To address the challenge of conserving biodiversity outside of protected areas, conservation organizations are assessing the range of land and natural resource-use management tools, especially on community-land, to achieve biodiversity conservation. Among these tools are zoning, long-term land leases, voluntary easements, measures to secure tenure, and land purchases. The application of these new tools on community land depends in large measure on the law and practice of land tenure and natural resource property rights in the individual countries.  ABCG organizations are working to advance the use of new land tools for biodiversity conservation and local development purposes on land outside the protected areas in Kenya and Tanzania. This meeting will explore some recent findings for conservation in East Africa.

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Natalie Bailey/ABCG
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02/25/2011
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English
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