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Measuring the benefits and costs of community education and outreach in marine protected areas

By: Leisher, Craig [...et al.] | The Nature Conservancy Central Science [... et al.]
Contributor(s): Mangubhai, Sangeeta | Hess, Sebastiaan | Widodo, Hesti | Soekirman, Tri | Tjoe, Salomina | Wawiyai, Stevanus | Larsen, S. Neil | Rumetna, Lukas | Halim, A | Sanjayan, M | The Nature Conservancy Indonesia Marine Program | Hess Environmental Economic Analyst
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English ISSN: 0308-597XSubject(s): Conservation | Perception monitoring | Awareness | Adaptive management | Raja Ampat | Coral Triangle In: Marine Policy: The International Journal of Ocean Affairs Vol.36 No.5 pp. 1005-1011Summary: Conservation organizations often invest considerable resources in education and outreach activities in and around marine protected areas (MPAs). The expectation is that such efforts will change local knowledge, attitudes and ultimately behavior. This is one of the first studies to assess the efficacy of using education and outreach activities to improve community knowledge and attitudes about an MPA. Random sample surveys in 2005 and 2010 (n=1213) before and after education and outreach activities are compared. Program budgets for the same period give the investment levels. With an investment level averaging USSummary:
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Conservation organizations often invest considerable resources in education and outreach activities in and around marine protected areas (MPAs). The expectation is that such efforts will change local knowledge, attitudes and ultimately behavior. This is one of the first studies to assess the efficacy of using education and outreach activities to improve community knowledge and attitudes about an MPA. Random sample surveys in 2005 and 2010 (n=1213) before and after education and outreach activities are compared. Program budgets for the same period give the investment levels. With an investment level averaging US

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