Credible science? Criteria for evaluating governmental processes which deal with the sustainable management of wild living resources
Horwitz, P. and Calver, M. (1998) Credible science? Criteria for evaluating governmental processes which deal with the sustainable management of wild living resources. In: Biodiversity, Biotechnology & Biobusiness - 2nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Biotechnology, 23 - 27 November, Perth, Western Australia.
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Sustainable development, it has been argued, is a process of achieving human development in an inclusive, connected, equitable, prudent and secure manner (1). A key component of the delivery of sustainable management for wild living resources, therefore, must involve both governmental processes which manage, and the scientific knowledge which document, the changes in those resources.
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|Notes:||In M. van Keulen & M. Borowitzka (eds) Biodiversity, Biotechnology & Biobusiness. 2nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Biotechnology. Murdoch University, Perth, pp. 77-78|
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