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Conservation of the unique biodiversity of post-socialist Europe is challenged by rapid social and institutional change, and emerging conflicts between traditions of centralised decision making and new public values and concerns. While global changes in conservation philosophy offer more...
Romania, in line with other former communist countries, does not have a tradition of participation in decision making with respect to natural resources. Since the collapse of the communist regime, participation has been encouraged, especially through national legislation and to fulfil...
Conservation in the post-communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe has become a very hot issue in recent years. This paper describes experiences and new approaches to planning with regard to the participatory and sustainable management of Tatra National Park (TANAP). The main purpose of...
This paper examines some aspects of participation in nature protection and tries to understand how this principle is implemented in Slovenia. The paper briefly outlines the institutional context of Slovene nature protection and examines how participation is positioned within it. The presence of...
In recent decades, increasing utilisation pressure on forests and emphasis on the need for nature conservation has resulted in numerous conflicts between local communities and the institutions responsible for implementing nature conservation policy in Serbia. One example of these conflicts...
Beliefs and attitudes of local people toward protected areas are increasingly being considered in conservation planning. Although park-people studies abound, relatively little is known about these relationships in Central and Eastern Europe. Romania's protected area management system currently...
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