The principles of sustainable management of natural resources1 are:
(1) manage adaptively, by planning, monitoring, reviewing and, where appropriate, changing action;
(2) consider the appropriate spatial scale for action;
(3) promote and engage in collaboration and co-operation;
(4) make appropriate arrangements for public participation in decision-making;
(5) take account of all relevant evidence and gather evidence in respect of uncertainties;
(6) take account of the benefits and intrinsic value of natural resources and ecosystems;
(7) take account of the short, medium
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