English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Conservation Policies as Local Development Policies: The Case of the Italian National Parks Antonio G. CALAFATI; Francesca MAZZONI

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  • Conservation Policies as Local Development Policies: The Case of the Italian National Parks
Author
  • Antonio G. CALAFATI
  • Francesca MAZZONI
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  • After briefly discussing the extent and features of Italian national;parks, this paper takes some steps toward building a conceptual;system for conservation policies in national parks where cultural;capital as well as natural capital is subject to conservation. It argues;that in protected territories where human landscapes predominate over;natural ones, conservation policies ought to be conceptualised as;development policies. Constraining property rights on local resources;- which is the conventional view on conservation policies - should be;set in the context of a more broadly encompassing approach whose;key element is the regulation of the development trajectories of local;systems.
  • RePEc:anc:wpaper:171
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