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Management of information to support conservation decision making


, : Management of information to support conservation decision making. Biodiversity information: needs and options Proceedings of the 1996 International Workshop on Biodiversity Information, held in London, UK, July 1996: 105-114

There is increasing recognition that the key to strategy development and wise decision making on the sustainable use of biological resources and the equitable sharing of benefits depends on having systematically organized information. Capacity building for environmental information infrastructure is considered and centres around empowerment of institutions and individuals through coordination at political, organizational, operational and scientific/technological levels.


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