Community environment action planning : a guide for practitioners

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Community environment action planning : a guide for practitioners
IUCN Publication
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Community Environmental Action Planning (CEAP) is a stripped-down and simple participatory approach that has been used successfully over several years, and in a variety of forms, to introduce a greater degree of participation into environmental planning. CEAP is a proven and practical way to introduce greater accountability and community-ownership into ongoing institutional processes, such as district development planning, and to build capacity for creating and implementing policies of community participation. The guide has been designed for practitioners who are involved in environmental planning at community level and who want to do things better. It provides a quick and hands-on toolkit that is easy to use and which can help introduce simple but effective tools for participation within institutions that aim to become more accountable. CEAP approach emplowers local communities to undertake conservation and development initiatives that fit with their unique culture and value systems.

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Nairobi, KY : IUCN ESARO, 2011
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iv, 16p. : ill.
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2011
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978-2-8317-1360-1
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2
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English
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http://www.iucn.org/dbtw-wpd/edocs/2011-022.pdf
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