PARKS 18.2 (December 2013)

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PARKS Journal 18.2

13 December 2012 | Downloads – publication

December 2012 Protected Areas, Tourism and the Aichi Targets

In 2010, the Convention on Biological Diversity developed a new strategic plan to enhance international efforts at stopping degradation and promoting sustainable use of the world’s biological heritage. These twenty ‘Aichi Targets’ on biodiversity have been set for attainment by 2020.

Domestic and international tourism and visitation to protected areas is significant, growing, and can generate both positive and negative impacts for biodiversity in reaching the Aichi Targets, especially Target 11, which focuses on protected areas . This issue of PARKS looks at the potential contributions to achieving the Aichi Targets from tourism and visitation. Tourism is highly relevant to biodiversity conservation and protected area management and planning, and in addition to Target 11, can contribute to several other Aichi Targets. Authors in this issue explore how, for example, tourism can help achieve public awareness of biodiversity values and opportunities for conservation, keep impacts within safe ecological limits, increase global coverage of protected areas, and promote fair and equitable sharing of benefits from tourism and biodiversity.

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Content

Editorial Protected Areas Tourism and the Aichi Targets

Glen T. Hvenegaard, Elizabeth Halpenny, Stephen McCool

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.GTH.en


Tourism, Conservation and the Aichi Targets

Ralf Buckley

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.RB.en


The impact of land management systems on community attitudes towards tourism and conservation in six southern African countries

Susan Snyman

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.SS.en


An analysis of livelihood linkages of tourism in Kaziranga National Park, a natural world heritage site in India

Syed Ainul Hussain, Shivani Chandola Barthwal, Ruchi Badola, Syed Mohammad Tufailur Rahman, Archi Rastogi, Chongpi Tuboi and Anil Kumar Bhardwaj

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.SAH.en


Tourism and Biodiversity along the Euro-Mediterranean Coast: prospects for overcoming a deeply rooted conflict

Emma Salizzoni

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.ES.en


Protected Area branding strategies to increase stewardship among park constituencies

Lisa King, Stephen McCool, Peter Fredman, Elizabeth Halpenny

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.LMK.en


Conserving biodiversity through Parks Canada’s volunteer programme

John Waithaka, Mike Wong, Johanne Ranger, Elizabeth Halpenny

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.JW.en


Supporting the CBD Aichi biodiversity conservation targets through park tourism: A case study of Parks Canada’s visitor experience programme

Ed Jager, Elizabeth Halpenny

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.EJ.en


Building the capability to manage tourism as support for the Aichi target

Stephen McCool, Yi-Chung Hsu, Sergio Brant Rocha, Anna Dóra, Lloyd Gardner, Wayne Freimund

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.SM.en


Sustainable tourism capacity building for marine protected areas

Thomas Fish, Anne Walton

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.TEF.en


Community-based monitoring of tourism resources as a tool for supporting the CBD targets: A preliminary global assessment

Anna Miller, Yu-Fai Leung, Dau-Jye Lu

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.AM.en


European Charter Parks – A growing network for sustainable tourism development in protected areas

Agnese Balandina, Lasse Lovén, Olaf Ostermann, Richard Partington

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.AB.en


Using tourism to conserve the mist forests and mysterious cultural heritage of the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park

Mountains National Park, JamaicaSusan Otuokon, Shauna-Lee Chai, Marlon Beale

DOI: 10.2305/IUCN.CH.2012.PARKS-18-2.SO.en

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