At a time when many developed countries are searching for alternatives to national park schemes, some of the less wealthy nations have already adopted other sustainable mechanisms for protected area management. Vanuatu is one such country - a nation that has retained a surprisingly rich cultural heritage despite many years of administration by Britain and France. Vanuatu's customary laws have been successfully incorporated into a western legislation model to provide a regime, which meets the needs of its people by providing both sustainable livelihoods and environmental protection.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
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- enviornmental law
- sustainable development
- customary law
- community based conservation