Explained: Agenda 21 Map of "Simulated Reserve and Corridor System / Biodiversity [Propaganda]

Trigger Hippie

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I've seen that map many times and often wondered how it was made. It seems to have been created in the mid 90's by Dr. Michael S. Coffman, the president of Environmental Perspectives, Inc.

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Dr. Coffman is a prolific writer and speaker. He's often be found at 'Liberty' conferences and events sponsered by the John Birch Society and the Tea party. Full bio... Dr. Michael S. Coffman

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The maps themselves can be found at the Environmental Perspectives, Inc. web store where a whole array of informative books, maps and pamphlets can be downloaded for free or for a price. (They even accept the Discover card)

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According to the fine print on the map, it was used to stop the ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity. That event took place in 1994, so that should give an approximate date to its creation.

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I found one link that credits Dr. Michael S. Coffman as having prepared the maps and sources the data as coming from various UN studies and treaties.
http://ebookbrowsee.net/agenda-21-new-7-31-pdf-d458217641 (http://archive.today/HbLeH)

The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, Article 8a-e; United Nations Global Biodiversity Assessment, Section 13.4.2.2.3
“The Wildlands Project,” WildEarth, 1992
Science, “The High Cost of Biodiversity,” 25 June, 1993, pp 1968-1871
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Mick West

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It says on the map,
Taken From:
  • The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity, Article 8a-e;
  • United Nations Global Biodiversity Assessment, Section 13.4.2.2.3;
  • US Man and the Biosphere Strategic Plan,
  • UN/US Heritage Corridor Program,
  • "The Wildlands Project", Wild Earth, 1992,.
  • Also see Science, "The High Cost of Biodiversity," 25 June, 1993, pp 1968-1871 and
  • the Border 21 Sidebar of NAFTA.
The very high percentage of buffer zone in the West is due to the very high percentage of federal land.
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But here says:
http://www.propertyrightsresearch.org/articles2/wildlands_project_and_un_convent.htm
This map was constructed from core, buffer, and corridor area parameters from the Wildlands Project by Dr. Michael Coffman
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http://www.epi-us.com/coffman/coffman.htm
Dr. Coffman played a key role in stopping the ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity (Biodiversity Treaty) in the U.S. Senate an hour before the Senate was scheduled to vote on its ratification. His maps and information have been used by local citizens across America to stop the global agenda at the local level. This includes two UN Biosphere Reserves and the designation of at least one river within the American Heritage Rivers Initiative.
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So it seems like Coffman took the text of the UN convention, interpreted it rather generally, took some other maps of wildlife areas and movement corridors (from the 1992 "The Willdands Project", and marked them as being "little to no human use", etc, based on his personal interpretation of things.
 
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Hevach

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The map's intentions seem clear, to me, connecting existing wildlands with areas to be left undeveloped to prevent isolation.

Some parts of Michigan have done similar things already (I doubt just Michigan, but I actually know some specifics here). The development boom in Carrolton and Kochville basically closed the path for deer and coyotes to get from the thumb to the interior of the state - there's an almost solid line of development from the Saginaw Bay all the way down past Flint, so for the last 15-20 years we've been having periodic problems with deer and coyotes passing through neighborhoods and farms where they eat crops, attack livestock, damage property, get hit by cars, and harass locals. The coyotes in the area are particularly fearless and tend to be aggressive towards small dogs, and it's always surreal to see a flock of freaked out turkeys trapped in a parking lot with no idea what to do. Several remaining undeveloped corridors were barred from further development to keep the same thing from happening north of here.

One landowner got stuck with a lot of useless land nobody would buy as a result, which last I knew was lined with hulled boats carrying signs saying stuff like, "DNR: Damn Near Russia."
 

Whitebeard

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Here's the wiki page on Wildlife corridors...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildlife_corridor
The main goal of implementing habitat corridors is to increase biodiversity. When areas of land are broken up by human interference, population numbers become unstable and many animal and plant species become endangered. By re-connecting the fragments, the population fluctuations can decrease dramatically. Corridors can contribute to three factors that stabilize a population:

  • Colonization—animals are able to move and occupy new areas when food sources or other natural resources are lacking in their core habitat.
  • Migration—species that relocate seasonally can do so more safely and effectively when it does not interfere with human development barriers.
  • Interbreeding—animals can find new mates in neighboring regions so that genetic diversity can increase and thus have a positive impact on the overall population.
Although corridors have been implemented with the assumption that they will increase biodiversity, not enough research has been done to come to a solid conclusion. The case for corridors has been built more on intuition and much less on empirical evidence (Tewksbury et al. 2002). Another factor that needs to be taken into account is what species the corridor is intended for. Some species have reacted more positively to corridors than others.

A habitat corridor could be considered as a possible solution in an area where destruction of a natural area has greatly affected its native species. Development such as roads, buildings, and farms can interrupt plants and animals in the region being destroyed. Furthermore, natural disasters such as wildfires and floods can leave animals with no choice but to evacuate. If the habitat is not connected to a safer one, it will ultimately lead to death. A remaining portion of natural habitat is called a remnant, and such portions need to be connected, because when migration decreases, extinction increases (Fleury 1997).

Corridors can be made in two distinct areas—either water or land. Water corridors are called riparian ribbons and usually come in the form of rivers and streams. Land corridors come on a scale as large as wooded strips connecting larger woodland areas. However, they can also be as simple as a line of shrubs along a sidewalk (Fleury 1997). Such areas can facilitate the movement of small animals, especially birds, from tree to tree, until they find a safe habitat to nest in. Not only do minimal corridors aid in the movement of animals, they are also aesthetically pleasing, which can sometimes encourage the community to accept and support them.
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You'll find them world wide, in the UK there is the 'Hedgelink' project, which seeks to link various wildlife habitats with one another along the link of traditional hedgerows, often this means letting a hedge grow in a traditionally managed way with a wide margin along side it, 10-15 meters wide. Another successful idea is to use verges along trunk roads and railways as wildlife corridors, this not only helps wildlife but has the added bonus of hiding unsightly motorways, muffling traffic noise and even help soak up exhaust pollution.

All good stuff, helps wildlife, bio-diversity, improves the countryside and the quality of life for all. And to link this with the whole Agenda 21 crud as a sign of population control is a stretch of credulity of the most extreme kind...

... unless they think this is a way the US authorities are planning to loose packs of wolves, armies of bears and swarms of killer butterflies on the unsuspecting populous.
 

NoParty

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I have seen this image pop up lately and did some research on it to find the source, all I can find are these many websites stating its some UN action planning map for this Agenda 21 to thin out our population...I don't believe it for a minute but cannot find the source of this map...

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Here is the source of this image link:

http://fellowshipoftheminds.com/tag/simulated-reserve-and-corridor-system-to-protect-biodiversity/
I want to be hysterical about this, but I am sincerely not clear on what exactly I'm supposed to be scared about...

(they can't be saying that making a map of wildlife corridors = killing off of humans, right?)
 

nivek

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Thanks for looking this up, I figured as much, CTers using this map to promote fear-mongering...
 

Hevach

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Thanks for looking this up, I figured as much, CTers using this map to promote fear-mongering...
To be fair, there *is* a societal cost to ideas like this, and it can hurt people. Like the guy I mentioned in Michigan who thought he was in on the ground floor of a boom town between Midland and Gladwin and instead was stuck the unwilling owner of acre upon acre of squirrel nests (to be fair, the state gave him a chance to sell to them and recoup his costs, but he chose to sue first and was shocked that after he lost the offer was withdrawn). There's a lot of red on that map, and it crosses highways and passes between adjacent towns and so forth. Some of it's wasteland, but it does represent a lot of potentially valuable development areas.

Of course, that cost is that you can't have an unbroken line of specialty retailers and fast food from you all the way to the next town, and you'll have to drive through some scenic nature to get there. Which as awful as it is, is a far cry from depopulation and loss of national sovereignty.
 

David Fraser

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Off topic. Much of the data used would probably predate Agenda 21. It is actually quite an interesting map looking at it from a European perspective. Sometimes the media gives impression is given of vast urban sprawl in the US, and similar in the UK only a small percentage is urbanised.
 

SR1419

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Actually looks like he took the text of the UN convention, interpreted it rather generally, took some other maps, and marked them as being "little to no human use", etc, based on his personal interpretation of things.

Yes. Its a property rights propaganda map...that has made its way down the rabbit hole a bit. Never mind that the map was first published 18yrs ago by a for-profit consulting firm and the term "mandate" is likely deliberate hyperbole used by the author. The whole map is hyperbole.

Although, he is claiming that this map represents "what might have been" had he not been there to save the day.

These maps show how up to 50% of America might have been set aside in wilderness reserves and buffer zones if the Biodiversity Treaty had been ratified by the U.S. Senate. Less detailed versions of these maps were used to stop the ratification of the treaty on the Senate floor 1 hour before the Senate voted on the treaty.
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The map's intentions seem clear

I think the map's (author's) intention was to spread fear. Fear of UN "mandated" taking of private property.

Sometimes the media gives impression is given of vast urban sprawl in the US, and similar in the UK only a small percentage is urbanised.

yes. If you look closely at the map- a lot of the red is in parts that are already wilderness and open land. Much of the Western US is already federally owned and sparsely populated. Indeed, in the state where I am currently (Montana), it is roughly the size of Germany (slightly bigger) yet has a population of less than 1 million.

Wildlife "corridors" are not a new concept- they are used locally for mitigating conflicts with migration routes and they are trying to scale the concept an ecosystem to ecosystem approach- like connecting Yellowstone to the Yukon:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yellowstone_to_Yukon_Conservation_Initiative

But this map is nothing more but one man's interpretation of his worst case scenario.

Of course, you are welcome to purchase a map for yourself:

http://shop.epi-us.com/category.sc?categoryId=5

The Mr. Coffman produces a fair amount of material- but seems to be very far right if not over the edge and down the hole.

The American Heritage Rivers (AHRI) and the Clean Water (CWI) initiatives are a direct product of Agenda 21 and the President's Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD). Signed by the US during the Earth Summit at Rio de Janeiro in 1992, Agenda 21 is nothing less than a 40-chapter manifesto to reorganize the world to protect earth using pure socialist principles. The goals and objectives of Agenda 21 were developed into a US strategy by the PCSD and published in a report entitled Sustainable America in 1996.
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Check that: He is down the hole:

http://shop.epi-us.com/product.sc?productId=7&categoryId=3

They refuse to believe that an absolute totalitarian government steeped in mystic pantheism will soon dictate the actions of every human being on earth. While Americans are denying it, it is being openly discussed in Europe, and in the inner governmental circles of Russia and China. Read in this highly referenced and explosive book how this plan is being implemented step by step. Go behind the scenes in the tremendous geopolitical power struggles that are changing the very fabric of earth's history as major global factions battle for supremacy in the new world order
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keefe

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I want to be hysterical about this, but I am sincerely not clear on what exactly I'm supposed to be scared about...

(they can't be saying that making a map of wildlife corridors = killing off of humans, right?)

If you really want to be hysterical about this, Glenn Beck is your man ...
Following the worldwide implementation of a UN-led program called Agenda 21, the once-proud people of America have become obedient residents who live in barren, brutal Compounds and serve the autocratic, merciless Authorities.

Source: http://www.glennbeck.com/agenda21/?utm_source=glennbeck&utm_medium=contentcopy_link
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Mick West

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Dr. Coffman is a prolific writer and speaker. He's often be found at 'Liberty' conferences and events sponsered by the John Birch Society and the Tea party. Full bio... Dr. Michael S. Coffman^
Dr Coffman passed away in July 2017.
https://www.infowars.com/dr-michael-coffman-patriot-who-exposed-agenda-21-passes-away/

Dr. Michael Coffman, a firebrand patriot known for exposing Agenda 21 and the globalist gameplan to end rural America, passed away after a battle with cancer.

Infowars recently found out about the loss of Dr. Coffman, who explained how the globalists wanted to restrict world populations to tightly controlled megacities in the Alex Jones documentary Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement.

Coffman, who held a Ph.D in Forest Science, was once instrumental in stopping the ratification of a biodiversity treaty which would have triggered the eventual disappearance of private land ownership through piecemeal use restrictions.
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It seems like his website has gone too, I've updated the OP with archive links.
 

Mechanik

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I'm unfamiliar with Agenda 21 and this thread, but did a quick Google image search to find background info and Metabunk was #1 in the non-paid results!
 

Mick West

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According to the fine print on the map, it was used to stop the ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity. That event took place in 1994, so that should give an approximate date to its creation.

The map was shown on the floor on September 30, 1994 by Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison
https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CREC-1994-09-30/html/CREC-1994-09-30-pt1-PgS22.htm

I am especially concerned about the effect of the treaty on private
property rights in my State and throughout America. Private property is
constitutionally protected, yet one of the draft protocols to this
treaty proposes ``an increase in the area and connectivity of
habitat.'' It envisions buffer zones and corridors connecting habitat
areas where human use will be severely limited. Are we going to agree
to a treaty that will require the U.S. Government to condemn property
for wildlife highways? Are we planning to pay for this property? One
group, the Maine Conservation Rights Institute, has prepared maps of
what this would mean--I do not know if they are accurate yet, but that
is my point. Neither do the proponents of this treaty.
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She attributed it to the Maine Conservation Rights Institute, the 1994 newsletter of which talks about the corridors, and the and how they (The MECRI) is devoted to stopping agenda 21 and the CBD
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I really wonder how much of this type of thing was actually people who were ideologically opposed to federal and UN power, and how much was the result of astroturfing by energy and resource companies. What are the connections?

MECRI is listed in a 2001 entry on "The Property Rights Foundation of America" web site:
https://prfamerica.org/stats/Stats-MERCI.html

Finances (1998)

Income: $28,699
Assets: $64,676
Files IRS Form 990 (IRS 50l(c)(3)

Coalition Involvements

"Property Rights Congress": MECRI was one of prime organizers of the new coalition, which met in Washington, D.C., this year.

Sovereignty International: This organization devoted to protecting the sovereignty of the U.S. is headed by Dr. Michael Coffman (religious activist focusing on the Wildlands program) of Maine and Henry Lamb (international activist on UN issues and publisher of EcoLogic) of Tennessee.

Liberty Matters
Mountain States Legal Foundation



Organizational Goals (founded 1990)

"The Maine Conservation Rights Institute (MECRI) is a non-profit 501(c)3 education organization committed to the application of innovative conservation methods within the context of private property and free market systems."

"MECRI has two primary goals:

"First: To inform the public of the reality that conservation methods can succeed best when the rights of individual landowners are protected as a Constitutional civil right.

"Second: to educate all citizens of the threat by preservationists and bureaucrats to deny the Constitutional rights of individual landowners to prudently use their land without bureaucratic interference. And management by bureaucratic mandate is a threat to everyone!"

Officers and Board of Directors

Robert Voight, President
David Guernsey, Secretary
Eric Veyhl
Michael Cyr
Paul Fletcher
Linda Folkers
Paul Niehaus
Robert Chase
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Coffman (who drew the map) says in his bio:
http://archive.fo/iA5P2
Dr. Coffman played a key role in stopping the ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity (Biodiversity Treaty) in the U.S. Senate an hour before the Senate was scheduled to vote on its ratification. His maps and information have been used by local citizens across America to stop the global agenda at the local level. This includes two UN Biosphere Reserves and the designation of at least one river within the American Heritage Rivers Initiative. He has spoken to audiences in over 300 cities in America and Canada and has participated in United Nations meetings in Europe and Africa.
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What was this key role? Did he make the map specifically for this? Did MERCI just happen to have it with no real connection to him? How did it get to Senator Huchison?
 

Mick West

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Aha:
http://www.sovereigntyonline.org/about-us.html

Michael S. Coffman, Ph.d

Chief Executive Officer - Dr. Coffman is the President of Environmental Perspectives, Inc. (EPI), author of Saviors of the Earth, America Plundered, as well as many other books, and is a nationally recognized expert in the fields of climate change, forestry and ecosystem management. He is an authority on international environmental issues, and a frequent speaker at national and international conferences and for the media. Visit

...

Robert Voight

Former Director - Robert O. Voight was the founding president of the Maine Conservation Rights Institute, founded in 1990. Bob, a 22-year veteran air-force pilot, also organized the Sustainable Freedom Coalition which spawned Sovereignty International.

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Which has a link to HOW THE BIODIVERSITY TREATY WAS DEFEATED



As Congress reconvened, the Environmental Conservation Organization mailed letters to 1050 Mayors, urging them to oppose the Treaty. On September 19, every Senator received ECO's letter opposing the Treaty, co-signed by 293 organizations. Mitchell announced on September 27, that the Treaty would be rescheduled for a vote, but did not specify when. Michael Coffman again issued another fax alert through the Alliance for America network. The Blue Ribbon Coalition, Chuck Cushman's Private Property Rights Alliance and dozens of other grassroots organizations refaxed the alert. Once again, Senate switchboards and fax machines were overwhelmed.

The following day, Coffman was again in Senator Mitchell's office explaining that the Treaty was the embodiment of the Wildlands Project and that the "smoking-gun" evidence was contained in the Global Biodiversity Assessment (GBA). Coffman and Bob Voight, President of Maine Conservation Rights Institute, met with Senator Cohen with the same message. Both Mitchell and Cohen agreed to get a copy of the GBA. September 29, Mitchell announced that the vote on the Treaty would occur at 4:pm the following day. ASI received a copy of the peer-review draft of Section 10 of the GBA and immediately overnighted copies to Lamb, Coffman, and selected Senate Staff.

Ironically, the Chicago Tribune reported on September 30, that the GBA did not exist. A front-page article by Jon Margolis denied the existence of the very document that was delivered to key Senators the same day the article appeared. Similar stories appeared in the Washington Post, and other newspapers within a few days, suggesting the influence of the White House "spin team." Coffman prepared color maps illustrating the impact of the Treaty on the northeast, including Mitchell's state. The maps were overnighted to Mitchell's office, and to the Republican Policy Committee and arrived the morning of September 30. Senate staff enlarged the maps into 4-foot by 6-foot posters, along with enlargements of selected text from the GBA.

As recorded in the Congressional Record (S13790), Friday, September 30, Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) rose on the Senate floor with Coffman's maps and GBA text excerpts to oppose the Treaty. Senators Burns, Craig, Helms, Nickles, and Wallop also spoke against the Treaty. Bob Voight had once worked on one of Mitchell's campaigns and had become a friend with Mitchell and some of Mitchell's staff. Voight called Mitchell's office during the morning of September 30 in a final attempt to get Mitchell to withdraw Treaty. Voight believed that if Mitchell knew that the UN had lied about the existence of the GBA, Mitchell would withdraw the Treaty. Within an hour, and about an hour before the Senate debate, Voight received a call from Mitchell's office reporting that the Treaty would be withdrawn.

The Treaty was withdrawn from the Senate calendar and has not yet been rescheduled for a vote. It is not dead. It can be rescheduled whenever the Senate Majority Leader wishes to reschedule it. Perhaps this account of activities will help prepare others for the next appearance of the Convention on Biological Diversity.
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Mick West

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The connection to the Wildlands Project (now Wildlands Network) seems to be most significant. The document above talks about how they saw the CBD mostly as a problem because it said the Wildlands Project was a good thing.

On July 19, Dr. Michael Coffman, a Director of Maine Conservation Rights Institute, and a regional director for the Alliance for America, was in Washington talking to Senator Mitchell's staff and to Senator Dole's staff, trying to convince them that the Treaty would have the effect of making the "Wildlands Project," the objective of the Treaty's implementation. ASI produced a 100-page analysis of the Treaty which was released on July 28. The study revealed the existence of a draft of the Global Biodiversity Assessment, required by the Treaty, and the identification of the "Wildlands Project" as a primary mechanism for Treaty implementation.
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It seems the whole thing can be traced back to Henry Lamb, a former chairman of Sovereignty International, who here is seen giving a talk about how he discovered the supposed plot.
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vW9ORaIR_w


At 4:16, he says:
Page 993 [of the Global Biodiversity Assessment] sums it up by saying: "the recently published Wildlands Project in the United States is the central theme of protected areas
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I'd like to see page 993, to see the context.

He goes on to quote from page 15 of the Wildlands Project, and Dr Reed Noss, about setting aside 50% of the US as wilderness. That can be found here:
https://wildlandsnetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Wild-Earth-Special-Issue_1992.pdf

Noss's article is just one of several with different ideas. It has one map, which is similar to be still differs significantly from Coffman's map
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At 4:16, he says:
Page 993 [of the Global Biodiversity Assessment] sums it up by saying: "the recently published Wildlands Project in the United States is the central theme of protected areas
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I'd like to see page 993, to see the context.

My copy of the Global Biodiversity Assessment arrived today, over 1,000 pages and 8 pounds of dense reading material.
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Page 993 contains Section 13.4.2.2.3, which is mentioned as a source on the map, and is also the only link to the Wildlands project.
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13.4.2.2.3 Protection and management of fragments. The protection and management of natural habitat fragments requires a reduction in the deleterious effects of matrix-derived influences on remnants and an increase in the area and connectivity of habitat. Where fragmentation is ongoing, this can be achieved by ensuring that the remaining native vegetation is arranged optimally, as far as we can determine with current knowledge. This means that representative areas of all major ecosystems in a region need to be reserved, that blocks should be as large as possible, that buffer zones should be established around core areas, and that corridors should connect these areas. This basic design is central to the recently proposed Wildlands Project in the United States (Noss 1992), a controversial long-term strategy (100 or 200 years) to expand natural habitats and corridors to cover as much as 30% of the US land area. While the basic recipe appears simple and perhaps over-ambitious, the actual selection of core areas and of priority areas for reservation can be problematic, and must be linked to clear conservation objectives. A variety of reserve selection procedures is available (e.g. Usher 1986; Margules et al. 1991; Pressey et al. 1994; see also 13.2).
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So it seems like the Agenda 21 folk have been misquoting this all along. The Wildlands Project is a not a central theme of the GBA, it's simply that the idea of reserves and corridors is central to the Wildland Project, which is described as "controversial" and "problematic".
 
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Mendel

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These maps show how up to 50% of America might have been set aside in wilderness reserves and buffer zones if the Biodiversity Treaty had been ratified by the U.S. Senate.
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This basic design is central to the recently proposed Wildlands Project in the United States (Noss 1992), a controversial long-term strategy (100 or 200 years) to expand natural habitats and corridors to cover as much as 30% of the US land area.
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Note the difference between 30% and 50%. Putting this into perspective:
  • the whole world has signed the Biodiversity Treaty (except the Vatican and Andorra), and only the US have not ratified it (Wikipedia:Convention on Biodiversity)
  • Germany is highly industrialized, and not exactly known for being "socialist". 16.1% of its area are designed as natural habitats, and 32.2% are biosphere reserves and landscape protection areas, used as buffer zones and corridors. (Source: German Wikipedia I did look at the website of the "German EPA" (english version) , but its statistics and maps are differentiated by the different types of protection, and "Two or more protected areas of different types can overlap or even cover the same area of land".)
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Looks so much nicer when the protected areas are green and not red, doesn't it?
 
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