8. Intrinsic and Utilitarian Values

8. Intrinsic and Utilitarian Values - Why do we care...

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Why do we care? Intrinsic and Utilitarian Values of Species & Ecosystems
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Why do we care? Intrinsic and Utilitarian Values of Species & Ecosystems Economic Values Spiritual Values Scientific & Educational Values Ecological Values Strategic Values
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Why do we care? Intrinsic and Utilitarian Values of Species & Ecosystems Economic Values Spiritual Values Scientific & Educational Values Ecological Values Strategic Values Indicator Species Umbrella Species Charismatic Species Flagship Species
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Bureaucratic process Political process Adaptive, science-based process Community process in up thru out From Westley 2002 The challenge for a manager is to juggle these four balls to achieve the desired objectives.
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by Timothy Moermond Professor Emeritus UW-Madison Saving the Giant Panda in China by Seeing the World with New Eyes
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Saving the Giant Panda in China by Seeing the World with New Eyes This work was sponsored through a partnership of the US-China Environmental Fund (USCEF) and the Wolong NR Administrative Office These workshops were designed and facilitated by Timothy Moermond (Professor Emeritus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison) in collaboration with Song Zhiyuan, Li Zhiqi, and Liu Jing of the Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Liu Wei of Michigan State University The National Geographic Society and the Thoresen Foundation provided partial funding for these workshops Marc Brody, President & Founder
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大熊猫 = “Big Bear Cat” Saving the Giant Panda in China
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Wolong Nature Reserve
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Giant Panda
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Panda Nursery, Wolong
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Saving the Giant Panda in China by Seeing the World with New Eyes Wolong National Nature Reserve: established in 1963, expanded in 1975 to ~2000 km 2 Wolong is home for 140-150 wild pandas, ~10% of the total wild panda population in China The total wild population of Giant Pandas is estimated at ~1,600
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Sichuan Giant Panda habitat-
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Wolong Nature Reserve Sichuan Giant Panda habitat-
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Wolong Nature Reserve Sichuan Giant Panda Sancturary Sichuan Giant Panda
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2011 for the course ZOO 360 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Wisconsin.

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