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Type: journalArticle
Title: A social–ecological approach to conservation planning: embedding social considerations
Authors: Ban, NC
Mills, M
Tam, J
Hicks, CC
Klain, S
Stoeckl, N
Bottrill, MC
Levine, J
Pressey, RL
Satterfield, T
Chan, KM
Year: 2013
Citation: Volume: 11
Issue: 4
Abstract: Many conservation plans remain unimplemented, in part because of insufficient consideration of the social processes that influence conservation decisions. Complementing social considerations with an integrated understanding of the ecology of a region can result in a more complete conservation approach. We suggest that linking conservation planning to a social–ecological systems (SES) framework can lead to a more thorough understanding of human–environment interactions and more effective integration of social considerations. By characterizing SES as a set of subsystems, and their interactions with each other and with external factors, the SES framework can improve our understanding of the linkages between social and ecological influences on the environment. Using this framework can help to identify socially and ecologically focused conservation actions that will benefit ecosystems and human communities, and assist in the development of more consistent evidence for evaluating conservation actions by comparing conservation case studies.
Zotero ID: 8ASC6WD9
URL: http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/110205
URL: http://www.lsln.net.au/jspui/handle/1/15706
ISSN: 1540-9295
DOI: 10.1890/110205
Journal Title: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
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