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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on adoption of a more flexible approach to understand the values of protected areas, the obligations and gaps surrounding the creation of protected areas, management of protected areas, mitigation of threats facing them, financial assistance, and constituents within each regime. In particular governments and international organisations need to understand that the values of protected areas are multifaceted, and evolving. This evolution does not mean that the traditional values for protected areas are disappearing, but rather, they are being supplemented.

Keywords: financial assistance; international organisations; protected areas



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