|Statement||edited by R.I. Lewis Smith, D.W.H. Walton, and P.R. Dingwall.|
|Series||Conservation of southern polar region ;, no. 1|
|Contributions||Smith, R. I. Lewis, Walton, D. W. H., Dingwall, P. R., International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources., International Council of Scientific Unions. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research.|
|LC Classifications||QH77.A57 S325 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||95155017|
Results of a key workshop covering the Antarctic protected area system, design and management planning, tourism and protection of historic features, international legal and policy issues, and information and communication. Many of the 22 recommendations were incorporated into the final report of the XVII Antarctic Treaty Consultative by: 3. Joint SCAR/CEP Workshop on Further Developing the Antarctic Protected Area System. Antarctic Treaty System. SCAR Papers to ATCM. Presentations to ATCM. Antarctic Environments Portal. Field Codes of Conduct. Standing Committee on the Antarctic Treaty System. SCATS Reports to SCAR Meetings. Developing the Antarctic Protected Area System. Proceedings of the SCAR/IUCN Work shop on Antarctic Protected Areas, Cambridge, UK, 29 June-2 July Edited by R.I. Lewis Smith, D.W.H. Walton and P.R. Dingwall. IUCN, Gland and Cambridge (). pages. ISBN 2 : Ian F. Spellerberg. The Antarctic Protected Areas System: Challenges and practice Yolanda Kakabadse I. Introduction The present workshop derives its mandate from ATCM XXII, held at Tromso, Norway, in It follows on from the first workshop on Antarctic Protected Areas, held .
The book is organised into national (or occasionally sub-national) accounts, each comprising a description of the national protected areas system, accompanied by a summary list and map of protected areas. The book is divided into three volumes, with volume one covering the Indomalayan, Oceanian, Australian and Antarctic realms, volume two the Palearctic and Afrotropical realms, and . Antarctic Specially Protected Area (ASPA), a category into which pre-Protocol protected areas 23 CRAMRA saw, inter alia, the first consideration of in trinsic, wilderness, and aesthetic values. CEP XXI to convene a joint SCAR/CEP Workshop on Further Developing the Antarctic Protected Area System. The workshop will be held in Prague prior to CEP XXII. Australia and China have jointly prepared a Working Paper for CEP XXII reporting on the five . Over the years since the Antarctic Treaty came into force in , ever greater environmental awareness has led to increasing regulation by the Antarctic Treaty System. All plants and animals in Antarctica are now protected and there are measures in place to prevent pollution of this the worlds most pristine environment.
Status of Antarctic Specially Protected Area and Antarctic Specially Managed Area Management Plans (Updated ) At the 8th meeting of the Committee on Environmental Protection (CEP) in the Committee agreed to establish on the websites of the CEP and the Secretariat of the Antarctic Treaty a register of the status of the protected area. The Antarctic Treaty System provides special protection for the Antarctic environment. This protection of very sensitive areas both on shore and in the ocean is provided under the Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty and the Convention on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CAMLR-Convention). Strategy for Antarctic Conservation”. In IUCN published “Developing the Antarctic Protected Area System: Proceedings of the SCAR/IUCN Workshop on Antarctic Protected Areas” that was held in in Cambridge, in it published “Opportunities for Antarctic. Despite Antarctic Specially Protected Areas covering less than 2% of Antarctica, 44% of species (including seabirds, plants, lichens and invertebrates) are found in one or more protected by: 4.