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- Makupa, Enock, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Environmental management 2015 v.56 no.5 pp. 1214-1227
- case studies; community development; governance; issues and policy; planning; tourism; wildlife management; Tanzania
- ... Community-based conservation policies and programs are often hollow with little real devolution. But to pass a judgment of community-based or not community-based on such initiatives and programs obscures what is actually a suite of attributes. In this paper, we analyze governance around a specific case of what is nominally community-based conservation—Ikona Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Tanzan ...