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This concluding chapter presents an overview of this book, which helps with the creation and successful management of protected areas. The first area in which improvements can be made is with regards to the definitions of protected areas. International and regional institutions, in addition to national governments and the local communities within them, should be much more flexible in understanding that protected areas can take many forms. The second improvement that can be made is the adoption of a more flexible approach to understanding the values of protected areas. The obligations and gaps surrounding the creation of protected areas is the third area of difficulty. The management of protected areas, and mitigation of threats facing them is the fourth and fifth areas of concern. The final areas of note in the book deal with financial assistance and constituents within each regime.

Keywords: financial assistance; international institutions; national governments; protected area; regime constituents



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