Issues and targets in human wellbeing
 
Where people matter and why

Socioeconomics and Policy Unit, Conservation International
June 2007

Strengthening and streamlining conservation actions to ensure human wellbeing objectives require adjustments in institutional structures, mechanisms, processes and policy frameworks, with full engagement of government units to lead ecogovernance supported by communities, private agencies, the business sector, and donors.

Guided by science, partnership and human wellbeing, conservation actions by Conservation International-Philippines range from direct to indirect modes (i.e., with direct and indirect impact on conservation). Direct action includes protection (of species and habitats), restoration/rehabilitation and mitigation (also of habitats) and development (relating to human wellbeing concerns) as drivers in conservation.

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