PARKS 30.1 (May 2024)

Parks Journal 30.1

May 2024| Downloads – publication

Edited by Marc Hockings, IUCN WCPA

PARKS 30.1 issue download

DOI: 10.2305/ENNI2995


Editorial Essay:

Protected areas and One Health

Skylar R. Hopkins, Sarah H. Olson, Hannah T. Fairbank, Kent H. Redford, Jonathan Adams, Brent A. Mitchell, Nicole Nova, Renata L. Muylaert, Serge Morand, Adam Miller and Madhu Rao

DOI: 10.2305/ALRE8783

The benefits of the IUCN Green List in implementing effective park management in Queensland, Australia

Sherri Tanner-McAllister, Leanne Tudman, Jo Zadkovich, Wil Buch, Jacqueline Dupuy, Todd Doyle and Mykel Holmes

DOI: 10.2305/HPDS2115

Geovisualisation for effective management of invasive species: Bridging the knowing–doing gap

Elvia Willyono, Christopher Bone and Robert Newell

Supplementary Online Material

Supplementary Online Material 1: Technical Report on the Development and Use of the Geovisualisation Tool for Invasive Species Management

Supplementary Online Material 2A: Letter of Information for Participant Consent

Supplementary Online Material 2B: Focus group feedback form

DOI: 10.2305/WICL5376

Developing Statements of Compliance for UK protected areas and ‘other effective area-based conservation measures’

James A. Robinson, David A. Stroud, Kate Jennings, Stephen Grady, Chris Mahon, Katherine Hawkins, Pamela Abbott, Ben McCarthy and Mike W. Pienkowski

Supplementary Online Material

Supplementary Table 1-3

DOI: 10.2305/LZCQ6577

Nudging to glory: the World Heritage Convention’s influence in conflict-prone Global South natural sites

Pallabi Chakraborty and Sonali Ghosh

Supplementary Online Material

Online case studies

DOI: 10.2305/SPKG5887

A crisis of moral ecology: Magar agro-pastoralism in Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Nepal

Indra Mani Rai

DOI: 10.2305/LCXC2811

Coordinated action across administration levels and assessments are key tools to reveal barriers to effective management of protected areas

Marcos Eugênio Maes, Eduardo Luís Hettwer Giehl and Natalia Hanazaki

DOI: 10.2305/TUUF3010

The World Heritage Convention, Protected Areas and Rivers: Challenges for Representation and Implications for International Water Cooperation

Sam Campbell

Supplementary Online Material

List of identified World Heritage sites that recognise rivers as a source of Outstanding Universal Value

DOI: 10.2305/UMKN8340



Clarifying ‘long-term’ for protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures (OECMs): why only 25 years of ‘intent’ does not qualify

James Fitzsimons, Sue Stolton, Nigel Dudley and Brent Mitchell

DOI: 10.2305/GLFT9809