Biodiversity Conservation Handbook

Biodiversity Conservation Handbook

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The Biodiversity Conservation Handbook is designed to assist state and local policymakers who wish to qthink globally and act locallyq by developing a state or local biodiversity program. In addition to providing background on biodiversity generally and the importance of such programs at the state and local level, it looks at how science can inform and be incorporated into biodiversity programs, the various legal tools states can use in implementing such programs, and the importance of considering people's social and economic needs in designing biodiversity programs. Last, it examines the steps Pennsylvania has taken to conserve and restore the native biodiversity within its borders.... package takes the place not onlyofthe large, wall-mountedunit 10or20timesits sizebutalsoofmilesofwireandhundredsofpoles.Soitisperfectlypossible for the economy to continue to grow while at the same time resting more lightly on the land, the ... While the course of economic activity to date has been to use steadily larger amounts of energy per person, there is no ... 4. Mancur Olson, Power and Prosperity: Outgrowing Communist and Capitalist Dictatorships 6 (Basic Books 2000). theanbsp;...


Title:Biodiversity Conservation Handbook
Author: Robert B. McKinstry, Coreen Ripp, Emily Lisy
Publisher:Environmental Law Institute - 2006
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