Alpine Nature Conservation and Resource Management

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Alpine Nature Conservation and Resource Management
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Carson Fellow Wilko Graf von Hardenberg betrachtet die Entstehung und Entwicklung von Nationalparks in Europa und die daraus resultierenden Konflikte von Anwohnern und Organisationen. Er erklärt, dass jedes Land seinen Fokus auf verschiedene schützenswerte Gebiete und Angelegenheiten richtet. Klar erkennbar ist ein Unterschied zwischen West- und Osteuropa. Dies zeigen die kulturellen und symbolischen Unterschiede in den einzelnen Regionen. Wilko Graf von Hardenberg ist Umwelthistoriker mit Schwerpunkt auf soziopolitischen Aspekten der Naturwahrnehmung und Verwaltung im modernen Europa.
The development of national parks across transnational borders creates new boundaries—and the conflicts which derive from the different claims of various local and national institutions. Carson Fellow Wilko Graf von Hardenberg researches European conservation management and the variety of tensions therein. By examining historical events in park communities and current policy measures, Graf von Hardenberg looks at European conservation measures in the larger context of global park management. Dr. von Hardenberg is currently the digital humanities resource specialist at the Rachel Carson Center.
Keywords Veraenderung von Landschaften Europa Nationalpark Naturschutz Alpen conservation management national parks transnational borders
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