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Check out information on governance in UCs: from social participation to the pressures and challenges in these protected areas. What have people got to do with UCs? Aspects of management and resource allocation, not just financial, as well as the pressures and challenges associated with protected areas which pose the greatest threats to socio-biodiversity inside and outside the UCs: deforestation , invasive species , illegal mining , fires and burnings , and planned highways.
The pressure of organized social movements, trade unions, academics and other actors, through much struggle and demands, intensifying from the late s, channelled the construction and protection of universal public policies to ensure human rights, by establishing decentralized and participatory systems in public policies 1.
In particular, articles , and of the Constitution led to the creation of public policy councils in the areas of health, social assistance and education at all three levels of government - federal, state and municipal. Such experiments led to the multiplication of councils in other thematic areas at these three levels of government. Social participation in environmental policy and management is provided for in several instruments, such as the national policies for the Environment, Water Resource Management, Environmental Education, Social Participation, and for Agenda 21, among others.
The National System of Conservation Areas is another policy that presupposes transparency in management, engagement and social participation as a key aspect of its implementation. Durban Accord, adopted at the 5th Congress, held in South Africa in 3. The challenge of conserving biodiversity, even in limited areas such as Conservation Areas, cannot be achieved without partnership with society. It is even less possible without the recognition that, in most cases, traditional ways of life not only conserve biological diversity but, throughout human history, have been essential for generating and maintaining the many processes of biological diversity that we know today.
Increasingly, conservationists, scientists and managers realize that the strategy of conserving biodiversity in protected areas, ignoring the broader social and political landscape, is ineffective. While misuse of land and resources outside these areas continues, the future of Conservation Areas and their biodiversity will be threatened.