A broader vision for in situ forest conservation began to emerge in the late 20th century. This broader vision recognizes that, while traditional protected areas are the cornerstone of in situ conservation strategies, they are seldom – if ever – adequate to achieve conservation goals in isolation from the complementary management of other forests. Such a vision suggests that we need to develop integrated forest conservation strategies, which incorporate forests of all tenures and management regimes



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