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|Title:||Zimbabwe’s Approach To Protected Area Management|
|Publisher:||Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ)|
|Abstract:||Zimbabwe views wildlife and protected areas as renewable natural resources which can and should be used sympathetically in the long term service of man, a philosophy that is embodied in the Parks and Wild'Life Act, 1975. This paper limits itself to a brief examination of the approaches that have been evolved towards protected area management which seem appropriate to our local setting.|
|Other Identifiers:||Child, G. (1986) Zimbabwe’s Approach To Protected Area Management, Geographical Proceedings no. 16.Harare, Mt. Pleasant,: GAZ|
|Appears in Collections:||Social Sciences Research , IDS UK OpenDocs|
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