|Title||Beyond landscape designation: innovative funding, delivery and governance and the UK protected area system|
In Europe, as in other developed regions of the world, statutory protected areas are islands of conservation endeavour within a wider landscape of intensive farming, towns, industry and transport links. They have generally failed to halt biodiversity decline within their boundaries, let alone in the wider landscape. Wider understanding of ecological processes has led to an awareness that protected areas need to be ‘more, bigger, better and joined’ and part of a wider landscape of integrated rural management. This implies the need for innovative funding and delivery mechanisms and for new forms of rural governance involving partnership working and community engagement.
|Keywords||'Protected areas', 'Landscape Partnerships', reterritorialisation, governance, neo-liberalism|
|Journal||Management of Environmental Quality|
|Journal citation||26 (2), pp. 172-194|
|Accepted author manuscript|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.1108/MEQ-07-2014-0106|
|Web address (URL)||http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/MEQ-07-2014-0106|