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Protected Areas


Abstract: Thousands of new parks and protected areas have been set up in developing countries, most with high expectations for protecting terrestrial and marine habitats, attracting ecotourists, and producing economic benefits for local people. But how many are really successful twenty or more years after establishment? Do they truly protect all the important natural values and the full range of ecosystem services? Is there a need to reform the role of protected areas by integrating them into wider landscapes? Should we have protected areas that protect peoples and cultures inside their boundaries or should they be inviolate centers for protection of biodiversity?

Conference Date & Location: Saturday, February 24, 2007 at the Terry Stanford Institute of Public Policy, Room No. 03

Conference Itinerary:

9:00 - 9:15

Welcome by William H. Schlesinger, James B. Duke Professor of Biogeochemistry and Dean of the Nicholas School, Earth and Ocean Sciences Division

====>Click to hear Dr. Schlesinger

9:15 - 10:30 Panel I: Marine Habitats

Moderator: Rafe Sagarin, Associate Director for Ocean and Coastal Policy, Nicholas Institute.

====>Click to hear Dr. Sagarin


Dr. Josh Donlan, Advanced Conservation Strategies, Ithaca, NY

====>Click to hear Dr. Donlan

Dr. Chris Wilcox, Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, University of Tasmania.

====>Click to hear Dr. Wilcox

====>Click to hear The Question and Answer Session


10:45 - 12:00 Panel II: Terrestrial Habitats

Moderator: Dr. Elizabeth Losos, President and CEO of Organization for Tropical Studies, Duke University.

====>Click to hear Dr. Losos

Panel Speakers:

Dr. John Terborgh, James B. Duke Professor of Environmental Science, Environmental Sciences and Policy Division and Co-Director, Center for Tropical Conservation.

====>Click to hear Dr. Terborgh

Dr. Nick Salafsky, Co-founder and Co-director of Foundations of Success

====>Click to hear Dr. Salafsky

====>Click to hear The Question and Answer Session


1:00 - 2:30 Financing Protected Areas:

1:00 - 1:30

Dr. V.B. Mathur, Dean, Faculty of Wildlife Sciences at the Wildlife Institute of India.

"How Secure and Successful are Protected Areas? Lessons Learned from India"

(Video conferenced from India)

====>Click to hear Dr. Mathur


1:45 - 2:15 Tom Butler, Population Program Director, Foundation for Deep Ecology

"Just Buy It: Stories of Private Philanthropy and Protected Areas."

====>Click to hear Tom Butler


2:30 - 3:30 Keynote address: Carlos Manuel Rodríguez, Regional Vice-President of Conservation International and Center for Biodiversity Conservation Regional Director and former Costa Rican Minister of the Environment.

"Protected Areas and Environmental Services: A Case Study of Sustainable Development in Costa Rica."

====>Click to hear Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Part 1

====>Click to hear Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Part 2

====>Click to hear Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Part 3


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Joseph Puentes
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