Calling for Papers

Theme : Creating a Lifestyle

Sub-Theme :
1. Utilizing Resources
2. Community Participation
3. Recreation and Tourism
4. Best Practices in Management Administration

The organizer cordially invite scientific, technical and policy papers to be published for the congress. The papers will be submitted in the conference proceedings. An abstract should be limited to 300 words and should include the following:

• Name of Author(s)
• Title
• Full Address of Corresponding Author
• Phone Number
• Fax Number
• E-mail address

Deadlines for abstract submission : 31st January 2005
Notification of abstract: 10th February 2005
Deadline for submission of full paper: 30th March 2005

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Sub-Theme :

Utilizing Resources

The Natural Resources Element is dedicated to landscape encompass the natural features. It serves to outline goals and objectives for the effective protection, preservation, conservation, and utilization of the natural environment for the future benefit of mankind.

Community Participation

Community participation presents a platform for the discussion on the importance and opportunities for people to participate in decisions affecting their community and improvement of their quality of life.

Recreation and Tourism

Tourism and recreation-related development is one of the major factors shaping development patterns in this region. It embraces the full range of tourism, leisure, and recreationally oriented activities. These include tourism development and the infrastructure supporting the development. Also included is ecotourism and recreational activities.
The discussion topics will cover amongst others :
- planning and management
- efforts at attaining healthy ecosystems;
- restoration programs;
- management of security
- special management challenges posed by ecotourism activities.

Best Practices in Management Administration

The methodology and skills to minimize potential impacts to the environment through effective management and administration of parks and natural resources.


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