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  • Can Processess Facilitation re-route ecoatourism: case studies in facilitating ecotourism planning in South Africa and Madgascar | DLIST Benguela
    Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Can Processess Facilitation re route ecoatourism case studies in facilitating ecotourism planning in South Africa and Madgascar Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 Ecotourism is a rapidly growing global phenomenon that has significant impacts on wilderness areas around the world Ecotourism projects that have shown to be successful in achieving sustainability are however rare despite the hope and funding that conti Author Jonathan Kingwill Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/can-processess-facilitation-re-route-ecoatourism-case-studies-facilitating-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Capacity Assessments of Regional Councils in Namibia | DLIST Benguela
    Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Capacity Assessments of Regional Councils in Namibia Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The document illustrates the assessment of the capacities and training needs of the regional councils of Namibia in accordance with certain terms of reference It was undertaken by the Ministry of Regional Local Governments and Housing Author R M Mukwena C M Drake Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/capacity-assessments-regional-councils-namibia-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Cape Town and Tourism: Development of Cape Town as a year round destination | DLIST Benguela
    Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Cape Town and Tourism Development of Cape Town as a year round destination Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The central aim of this report is to answer to a single question How can Cape Town be developed as a year round tourist destination This report identifies ways in which Cape Town s special interests attractions can be made to be better known and more ac Author Ecoafrica Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/cape-town-and-tourism-development-cape-town-a-year-round-destination-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • CEF washes its hands of Enerkom | DLIST Benguela
    Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other CEF washes its hands of Enerkom Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The Central Energy Fund CEF is auctioning its contentious research branch Enerkom at a fraction of its worth amid speculation about why the state oil agency wants to get rid of it The CEF has approached a well known auction house Aucor to sell E Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/cef-washes-its-hands-enerkom-1 (2016-02-18)
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  • Coastal towns told they run a risk of missing the boat on desalination | DLIST Benguela
    article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Coastal towns told they run a risk of missing the boat on desalination Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 THE planned desalination plant at Swakopmund is proceeding despite the refusal by two Town Councils at the coast to be involved in the project NamWater s Corporate Communications Officer Lazarus Jacobs said yesterday that the project was on track and war Author The Namibian Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/coastal-towns-told-they-run-a-risk-missing-the-boat-desalination-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Co-Management of The Richtersveld National Park: Amarriage of conservation and development but does themarriage work? | DLIST Benguela
    Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Co Management of The Richtersveld National Park Amarriage of conservation and development but does themarriage work Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 In 2002 the management plan of the Richtersveld National Park RNP was finalised after a ten year struggle between South African National Parks SANP and the Richtersveld community When the RNP was established in 1991 it was the first park established Author Mariam January Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/co-management-the-richtersveld-national-park-amarriage-conservation-and-developme-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Communities and natural resources: Trends in equitable and efficient use | DLIST Benguela
    Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Communities and natural resources Trends in equitable and efficient use Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 This paper provides an overview of how policy and Legislation is changing regarding local management of natural resources in Namibia It also briefly examines what might be the implications of this and the links to what is occurring in other related areas Author Rob Blackie Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/communities-and-natural-resources-trends-equitable-and-efficient-use-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Community Based Natural Resource Management in Kunene Phase 2 | DLIST Benguela
    publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Community Based Natural Resource Management in Kunene Phase 2 Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 To build the skills and capacity of fast track conservancies to sustainably manage their wildlife and other natural resource to develop as effective democratic rural Institutions and to engage in income generating activities so as to achieve economic vi Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/community-based-natural-resource-management-kunene-phase-2-0 (2016-02-18)
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