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Ramsar participation and wise use

, : Ramsar participation and wise use. Landscape & Urban Planning 20(1-3): 269-274

So far, 60 governments have joined the Ramsar Convention, thereby accepting an undertaking to designate wetlands for the International List, to make wise use of wetlands, to establish wetland nature reserves and to consult with one another. A total of 514 sites have been designated for the List and the Convention is paying increasing attention to the “wise use” provision. A working group established at the end of 1987 Regina Conference has prepared guidelines for implementing the wise use concept, which includes a statement of the benefits and values of wetlands.


DOI: 10.1016/0169-2046(91)90121-2

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