Saving What Remains


 

A sample multiple-use reserve. The black boundary marks the boundaries of the reserve, while the colored triangles represent areas set aside for various uses. The reddish triangle is a realm for indigenous use, while the blue square is an area for ecotourism, and the yellow triangle is a strict biological area. The rest of the area within the reserve can be used for low impact, sustainable activities. The outer areas, already impacted by human activities, can be used for logging, mineral extraction, reforestation projects, and agriculture.

   

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Solutions Introduction
Sustainable Forest Products
Large-scale Forest Products
Medicinal Drugs
Logging
Logging (con't)
Oil
Conservation Priorities
Reserve Size & Valuation
Organization
Intergovernmental Institutions
Communication, Education
Indigenous people
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References (1)
References (3)
References (5)

Sustainable Dev - Agriculture
Eco-tourism
Foods & Genetic Diversity
Medicinal Drugs & Pesticides
Logging (con't)
Cattle
Increasing Productivity
Types of Reserves
Funding
Developing nations
NGOs
International Organizations
Conclusion
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References (2)
References (4)
References (6)

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