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The implementation of biodiversity-related conventions: a Kenyan case study
Manek, M. (2001). The implementation of biodiversity-related conventions: a Kenyan case study. UNEP/BPSP Project FIELD: [s.l.]. 64 pp.

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  • Manek, M.

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    The following report consists of a study of the state of national implementation of international obligations under the various biodiversity conservation and use in Kenya. The study focuses on the legislative and a policy measure adopted in pursuance also includes some consideration of ground level implementation. The latter has been included as it provides valuable insights difficulties experienced in implementation. The study includes analysis of both the implementation of international and only incidentally addresses questions relating to the state of biodiversity in Kenya.

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