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Applied Ethnoecology for Biodiversity Assessment, Monitoring and Management in Northwest Yunnan
Grantee Name: 
The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming Institute of Botany
HOTSPOT
Mountains of Southwest China
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$167,904
DATES
Sep 2004
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Dec 2007
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Mountains of Southwest China
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$167,904
DATES
Sep 2004
-
Dec 2007

Empower local communities to manage key species and ecosystems in an ecologically sustainable manner that will improve the environment while maintaining or enhancing cultural identities and knowledge in northwest Yunnan, China. The project aims to demonstrate to land-use planners how to formulate policy that reflects specific local needs while enhancing biodiversity conservation.

Strategic Direction: 1 Develop and operationalize hotspot-wide monitoring and evaluation projects