vpTop-Down Meets Bottom-Up: Conservation in a Post-Conflict World

The post-conflict situation in Afghanistan has created an extraordinary opportunity for conservation—the enormous obstacles can be offset by the enormous possibilities when a country essentially is reborn


  • Peter Zahler

    1. Conservation biologist whose bottom-up experiences include work in Venezuela, Alaska, Colorado, Arizona, Pakistan, and Peru. His top-down experiences include positions as Project Coordinator for UNEP's Post-Conflict Assessment Unit in Afghanistan, as a consultant for the World Bank in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, as a technical advisor on a UNDP-GEF project in Iran, and presently as National Project Director for the UNDP-GEF-sponsored Eastern Steppe Biodiversity Programme in Mongolia
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