Department or Program

Environmental Studies

Abstract

In the realm of conservation and development projects in protected areas, there is “a lack of European regions in the literature [because of] the relative lack of hardship created by protected areas on this continent” (West, Igoe & Brockington 2006, 258). In this thesis, I demonstrate a particular case study in Northern Greece that exemplifies exactly what the literature is lacking. In Prespa National Park in Northern Greece, there has been a history of conservation and development projects that have altered and reconstructed the region causing the local community within it to adapt to its changing conditions.

First Advisor

Danny Danforth

Date of Graduation

Spring 5-2014

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts

Number of Pages

73

Components of Thesis

1 pdf file

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