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Sociology; Environmental and Urban Studies
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Protected areas serve the vital role of designating spaces worthy of protection from and for human use. Transboundary protected areas are especially useful in thinking about the interconnected nature of the relationship between human societies and ecological systems as the latter, despite not conforming to the former, are managed as though they did. By learning from frameworks developed specifically for the two in tandem, systems can adapt to different locales and communities world-wide and build resilience in place for the future in which resilience will most assuredly be needed.
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Rogalinski, Alexandra, "Blending Borders: Transboundary Protected Areas and their role in an intersectional future" (2022). Senior Projects Spring 2022. 294.
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