There are two volumes of Lessons Learned corresponding to CARPE Phases I and II. "Landscape-Scale Conservation in the Congo Basin", Lessons Learned for Phase II, consists of 27 case studies organized into three sections: land-use planning, environmental policy and governance, and monitoring of natural resources. The "Congo Basin Information Series" is comprised of 25 issue briefs which summarize the Results and Lessons Learned for Phase I.
|Friday, 1 January 2010||The Role of Alternative Livelihoods in Achieving a People-Centered Approach to Conservation : Lesson Learned from the CARPE Program||English||2|
|Monday, 1 January 2001||Ch 12: Management Watchdogs: A Key to Sustainable Forest Management||English||1|
|Friday, 1 January 2010||Case Study 1 - The Role of Alternative Livelihoods in Conservation : Lessons Learned from the Creation of the Community-Managed Tayna Center for Conservation Biology||English||2|
|Monday, 1 January 2001||Ch 13: Monitoring Forest Cover in Central Africa: Why, What, How and When to Monitor||English||1|