Developing a global methodology and manual for biodiversity guides suitable for use in rural development - final report

Abstract

This is the final report for a project that aimed to develop a participatory methodology that communicated accurate, useful scientific and indigenous knowledge about plants to a range of non-conventional users, including indigenous forest users, development agencies, ecotourists and protected area rangers.

Citation

Lawrence, A. Developing a global methodology and manual for biodiversity guides suitable for use in rural development - final report. Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford,, Oxford, UK (2004) 21 pp.

Developing a global methodology and manual for biodiversity guides suitable for use in rural development - final report

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