Enhancing rural livelihoods and biodiveristy conservation through responsible tourism, Myanmar
Dr Paul Bates
Host Country Institutions:
UMTA - Union of Myanmar Tourism, Grow Back for Posterity, FREDA - Forest Resource Environment Development and Conservation Association), MBNS - Myanmar Bird and Nature Society, University of Mandalay
To promote, inclusive, equitable, sustainable tourism in upper Ayeyarwady River Corridor that supports boidiversity conservation and meets the challenge of, and benefits from, a projectd three-fold increase in international tourists.
Related Projects: Biodiversity assessment of limestone karst dependent bats in Myanmar, Burma
, Taxonomic Initiative for Southeast Asian Bat Studies: Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Lao PDR
, Enhancing taxonomic capacity to underpin tropical biodiversity conservation (SE Asia)