Policy that works for biodiversity and livelihoods
Krystyna Swiderska with Dilys Roe Linda Siegele Maryanne Grieg-Gran
The Governance of Nature and the Nature of Governance: Policy that works for biodiversity and livelihoods
Krystyna Swiderska, with Dilys Roe, Linda Siegele, Maryanne Grieg-Gran
Theauthors are grateful to SwedBio (the Swedish International Biodiversity Program funded by Sida) and the UNDP/Equator Initiative for their financial support. A big thank-you to Sonja Vermeulen (IIED) and Maria Berlekom (SwedBio) for their useful comments on the draft. A special thanks also to our country partners who helped organise, conduct and write up the country case studies, in particular: •Tanzania: Faustin Maganga (Institute of Resource Assessment, IRA), Tom Blomley and David Howlett • India: Neema Pathak, Madhu Sarin, Tejaswini Apte, Kanchi Kohli, Ashish Kothari and Seema Bhatt • Peru: Micha Torres, Alejandro Argumedo and Inti Montenegro (ANDES) and Maria Luisa del Rio (CONAM) Thanks also to Michel Pimbert (IIED) for his guidance, Joy Hyvarinen (FIELD) for comments on the draft, andto James Mayers and Steve Bass for their advice in the early stages. Finally, we would also like to thank Fiona Hall for editing the draft, Richard Scarborough and Piers Aitman for design and layout, Catherine Baker and Alessandra Giuliani for their help with compiling references, and Vanessa Mcleod-Kourie and Khanh Tran-Thanh for helping coordinate the production process.
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