Conservation and Community Rights: Lessons from Mesoamerica


Por: Andrew Davis and Susan Kandel (Coordination and lead authors)

San Salvador, december 2016.


I. At a Crossroads for Conservation: Biodiversity and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities

II. Mesoamerica in the Global Context: Experiences in secured indigenous and community rights

III. Guatemala: Progress and setbacks on rights in protected areas

IV. The Caribbean Forest Frontier: Rights and Rows in the Central American Indigenous Lowlands

V. The Backstory: Changing Approaches to Conservation

VI. Community-Led Conservation in Mexico

VII. Meeting the Challenge for Conservation in the 21st Century