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Title: A framework for identifying and developing spatial biodiversity economy nodes
Authors: Daniels (SANBI), Fahiema
di Minin, Enrico
Skowno (SANBI), Andrew
Keywords: Biodiversity
Spatial Planning
Issue Date: 21-Jun-2017
Series/Report no.: Biodiversity Planning Forum;
Abstract: In 2016, the Department of Tourism and the Department of Environmental Affairs initiated The Biodiversity Lab to unlock South Africa’s biodiversity economy. The Lab identified 15 initiatives, one of which was to identify and prioritise 10 million hectares of land for transformation of the wildlife economy. This is envisaged to be achieved through the identification of spatial biodiversity economy nodes. This talk focuses on the conceptual framework developed for identifying these biodiversity economy nodes as well as the spatial analysis and data to be used in the identification and delineation of these nodes.
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