4 edition of Protected area system planning and management in Lao PDR found in the catalog.
Protected area system planning and management in Lao PDR
by Lao-Swedish Forestry Cooperation Programme, Forest Resources Conservation Sub-Programme (IUCN), Dept. of Forestry, Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in Vientiane
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (leaf 41).
|Statement||by Klaus Berkmüller, Sangthong Southammakoth, and vene Vongphet.|
|Contributions||Sangthong Southammakoth., Vene Vongphet., Lao/Swedish Forestry Cooperation Programme., Forest Resources Conservation Sub-Programme., Laos. Kom Pāmai.|
|LC Classifications||S944.5.P78 B47 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 41 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||2001294562|
2 Concessions and Leases in the Lao PDR: Taking Stock of Land Investments List of Figures Figure 1: Availability of Area and Spatially Referenced Data Figure 2: Number of Concessions and Leases by Project Size Figure 3: Main Investor Countries of Origin by Region Figure 4: Increase in Investment Projects since Figure 5: Number and Area of Projects by Subsector in the . Conservation Area NEC National Environment Committee NNT-NPA The Nakai Nam Theun National Protected Area NPA National Protected Area NTFP Non-Timber Forest Product NUoL National University of Lao PDR OM Operations Manual PA Protected Area PAFO Provincial Agriculture and Forestry Office PICE Policy Implementation and Capacity .
Drawn from over 20 different countries, the book covers examples of sacred natural sites from all of IUCN’s protected area categories and governance types. The authors demonstrate the challenges faced to maintain culture and support spiritual and religious governance and management structures in the face of strong modernisation across by: 4. government institutions responsible for protected area management have the capacity to use appropriate tools and methods and apply these tools and methods for effective and sustainable protected area, protected area’s buffer zone and corridor management. This component includes 4 sub-components: a.
This study has important implications for sustainable forest management in Pakxeng district, in particular, and Lao PDR, in general. First, the MCA model revealed that future forest cover losses under the BAU and pessimistic scenarios are concentrated mainly to the north-western, eastern and southern parts of the study by: 7. The Nam Ha Protected Area Management Unit and Wildlife Conservation Society Lao Programme for contributing informa-tion on the Nam Ha National Protected Area. Special thanks to the people of Luang Namtha for sharing informa-tion about the cultural and natural heritage in and around their communities.
architecture of public justice
Sculptures by George Rickey and James Seawright
Law and love, or, The resemblance and the difference between Moses and Christ
transposition of the Canadian landscape
Live Longer, Live Better
Europe in the eighteenth century.
First science questions
New imperatives of human security
Mr. Steeles apology for himself and his writings
Annotated alphabetical title subject bibliography of reports and feasibility studies.
Magnetic and electrical materials capable of operating in the 800⁰ to 1600⁰ F. temperature range
new space network
Building Capacity for Protected Area Management in Lao PDR. Bu ildi ng Capacity fo r P ro tected Area Management in Lao PDR.
Im plementation of Learned Planning an d Man ag ement Techn iques. 8 Lessons learned in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Vietnam The national protected area systems The region stands out for its commitment to protected areas as a form of land tenure.
Cambodia, Lao PDR and Thailand have national PA systems each covering over 21 percent of their territory and a large part of.
Lao People’s Democratic Republic National Report on Protected Areas and Development N a t i o n a l Natural Resource Management, Planning and Protected Areas. 33 5 Status, trends and management of natural resources, and implications for The Lao PDR Protected Area and Development Review (PAD Review) has File Size: 1MB.
Importantly, development of a protected area system in the Lao PDR from the late s onwards also enabled planners to benefit from lessons learned from.
A progressive part of protected area management program in Lao PDR is a land and forest allocation program which contains critical elements that delegate right of land and forest use to local people. This study analyzes the gap between the original intent of the program and its actual implementation by local officials in Phou Xang He protected area, and discusses Cited by: 1.
World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) National System Planning for Protected Areas partner in the production of this important series of guidelines for protected area planning and management.
The Department, through its Environmental Planning (IUCN Lao PDR), Bruce Davis (WCPA) and Larry Hamilton (WCPA) also made valuable Size: KB.
management decisions could be made and establish the framework for a monitoring system. For South East Asia, the protected areas in Lao PDR are a special case. From the inception of the PA system inthe Lao government has clearly stated that communities must be included in the management of Protected area system planning and management in Lao PDR book areas.
Though many Department of ForestryFile Size: KB. National System Planning for Protected Areas. protected area management at undergraduate and postgraduate has an outstanding international reputation for its research in marine science, marine biology, tropical biology and environmental science as well as for its Sustainable Financing of Protected Areas: Aglobal review of File Size: KB.
Etymology. The English word Laos was coined by the French, who united the three Lao kingdoms in French Indochina in and named the country as the plural of the dominant and most common ethnic group, the Lao people.
English-speakers often mispronounce "Laos", falsely believing that it should be pronounced with a silent "s", however the "s" in Laos should not be Capital and largest city: Vientiane. Study area.
The 4, km 2 Nam Et-Phou Louey (NEPL) NPA is located in the northern highlands of Laos .At a global level, NEPL is an important representative of the Northern Indochina Subtropical Forests Ecoregion  and one of the largest protected areas in the ecoregion with high biological diversity and many charismatic rism was introduced as a strategy to Cited by: 7.
In order to conserve its forest resources and biodiversity, Lao PDR established the National Protected Area (NPA) system through a Prime Ministerial Decree in The decree states that the National Protected Areas (NPAs), formerly known as National Biodiversity Conservation areas (NBCAs), are managed as resource Size: KB.
Protected area system. The Government of Lao PDR, with the technical assistance of IUCN (through the Lao-Swedish Forestry Cooperation Programme) and other international agencies, has been developing a national protected area system for several years (Salter and PhanthavongSalter et al.Berkmüller et al.a, b).
Ayivor JS, Gordon C, Ntiamoa-Baidu Y () Protected area management and livelihood conflicts in Ghana: a case study of Digya National Park.
Parks 19(1)–50 Google Scholar Baird IG () Integrating community-based fisheries co-management and protected areas co-management in Lao PDR: opportunities for advancement and obstacles to Author: Mohammad Shaheed Hossain Chowdhury. address threats to the protected area. Background National Protected Area system in Lao PDR has been designed for including local people to continue living in the declared protected areas, which is completely different from other countries.
However, this system has various zones for different management purposes to be. Culture. The adult  The National University of Laos is the Laos state's public university. The total literacy rate is 73% ( estimate). Education. Of the people of Laos 67% are Theravada Buddhist, % are Christian, and % are other or unspecified (mostly practitioners of Satsana Phi)  according to the census.
 Buddhism has long been one of the most important. These factors need to be taken into consideration to enhance local participation in national protected area management and to achieve sustainable biodiversity conservation in Lao PDR.
Moreover, multivariate analysis indicated that residents in villages that run ecotourism projects and those with higher incomes had stronger positive perceptions Cited by: Review literature and produce a book on the status of wildlife of Bolikhamxay province.
Report: Review of the National Protected Area System of Lao PDR. Vientiane, Lao-Swedish Forestry Program: (awareness, motivation and conflict resolution) protected area management planning and action, protected area regulations and enforcement. Drawn from over 20 different countries, the book covers examples of sacred natural sites from all of IUCN’s protected area categories and governance types.
The authors demonstrate the challenges faced to maintain culture and support spiritual and religious governance and management structures in the face of strong modernisation across Asia.
Results for the Base- Lao PDR are the entire land area of Lao PDR and are considered not applicable here. The total land area of Lao PDR iskm: 2. This area was used to estimate the percentage change from the Base-Lao PDR suitable land area.
national protected area sept. “Integrated Nature Conservation & Sustainable Resource Klaus Berkmüller Management in the Hin Nam No Region (HNN)”. Lao People’s Democratic Republic Peace Independence Democracy Unity Prosperity BRAHM Botanical Research And Herbarium Management System government of Lao PDR formulated and approved its first National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP).
This NBSAP laid out an action plan to and strategy to Lao PDR is one of the fastest growing economies in East Asia and the Pacific.
It has improved access to electricity, schools, roads, and has become an important energy exporter. GDP growth averaged % over the last decade, with income per capita reaching $2, in Economic growth in Lao PDR is expected to recover to % infrom 6.Reaching Conservation Goals WCS has a long history of helping to plan and manage the protected area systems that are essential to conservation success.
Members from WCS and other World Parks participants showcase people, places, and organizations leading the way to conservation success, and review progress made to date.