Exploration of the manner in which law promotes connectivity conservation at varying scales and through different legal mechanisms. Covers international and national law relevant to connectivity.

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Module 9: Seminar Presentation

Presentation on legal mechanisms for connectivity conservation, including slides and detailed notes for the educator.

Exercise 9.1: Understanding the Legal Options for Implementing Connectivity Conservation (Instructions)

Small group exercise designed to create an appreciation of the different legal options for implementing connectivity conservation and encourage critical thinking about their respective strengths and weaknesses.

Exercise 9.1: Understanding the Legal Options for Implementing Connectivity Conservation (Presentation)

Small group exercise designed to create an appreciation of the different legal options for implementing connectivity conservation and encourage critical thinking about their respective strengths and weaknesses.

Exercise 9.2: Preparing to Draft a Connectivity Conservation Law (Instructions)

Small group exercise, designed to encourage Learners to read and analyse laws that govern connectivity conservation.

Exercise 9.2: Preparing to Draft a Connectivity Conservation Law (Presentation)

Small group exercise, designed to encourage Learners to read and analyse laws that govern connectivity conservation.

Modules 8 & 9: VIDEO - Connectivity

Short video emphasizing importance of connectivity conservation and introducing legal options for protecting connectivity.

VIDEO: Perspectives on Law and Connectivity Conservation

Interviews and case studies relating to connectivity conservation and law.

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