The Promise of Sydney: an editorial essay

Sandwith, Trevor, Enkerlin, Ernesto, MacKinnon, Kathy, Allen, Diana, Andrade, Ange;a, Badman, Tim, Brooks, Tom, Bueno, Paula, Campbell, Kathryn, Ervin, Jamison, Laffoley, Dan, Hay-Edie, Terence, Hockings, Marc, Johansson, Stig, Keenleyside, Karen, Langhammer, Penny, Mueller, Eduard, Smith, Tanya, Vierros, Marjo, Welling, Leigh, Woodley, Stephen and Dudley, Nigel (2014) The Promise of Sydney: an editorial essay. Parks: The International Journal for Protected Area Managers, 20 1: 7-18.

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Author Sandwith, Trevor
Enkerlin, Ernesto
MacKinnon, Kathy
Allen, Diana
Andrade, Ange;a
Badman, Tim
Brooks, Tom
Bueno, Paula
Campbell, Kathryn
Ervin, Jamison
Laffoley, Dan
Hay-Edie, Terence
Hockings, Marc
Johansson, Stig
Keenleyside, Karen
Langhammer, Penny
Mueller, Eduard
Smith, Tanya
Vierros, Marjo
Welling, Leigh
Woodley, Stephen
Dudley, Nigel
Title The Promise of Sydney: an editorial essay
Journal name Parks: The International Journal for Protected Area Managers
ISSN 0960 - 233X
Publication date 2014
Year available 2014
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Volume 20
Issue 1
Start page 7
End page 18
Total pages 12
Place of publication Newbury, Berks, United Kingdom
Publisher Nature Conservation Bureau Ltd.
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Formatted abstract
The IUCN World Parks Congress is a once in a decade event that has traditionally been a major forum for advancing global protected area policy and practice. The Congress this November in Sydney Australia will be run along eight streams; addressing biodiversity, climate change, health, ecosystem services, development, governance, indigenous peoples issues and youth; cross-cutting themes address marine issues, capacity building, World Heritage and a New Social Compact. In the following extended editorial, the organisers of the various streams lay out their aims and hopes for the 2014 Congress.
Keyword World Parks Congress
Climate change
Indigenous peoples issues
Q-Index Code CX
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

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