Ahmad Naqiyuddin Bakar

Universiti Teknologi MARA

Ahmad Naqiyuddin Bakar, CMILT (UiTM, IIUM, Exeter, Hull), is Professor at the Faculty of Administrative Science and Policy Studies, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Malaysia. He is currently the Director of Global Strategic Partnership (GSP), UiTM. He was previously Rector of the UiTM Johor branch. Prior to this, he was Head of the Research and Publication Unit at the Malaysia Institute of Transport after having previously served as Head of Institutional Research under the Strategic Planning and Information (CSPI) Centre at the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) of UiTM. He is also an Associate senior research fellow at the Institute for Biodiversity and Sustainable Development (IIBSD), UiTM. He holds a Professional Certificate in Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in Policy Management. Much of his research work is focused on public policy & governance, sustainable community development and biodiversity, and human capital management.

Ahmad Naqiyuddin Bakar

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This book aims to examine the context and practice of national parks regarding a countries’ obligations to safeguard biodiversity through the protection and management of forest-protected areas. The book examines the wider impacts of national parks within the scope of an integrated environmental hub at the global and regional level and eventually delves into the country case. Three areas are covered: theoretical underpinnings and concepts related to national parks, exploring their various modalities and integrated concerns for the environment; an empirical review in lieu of effective management of protected areas as defined by the World Conservation Union IUCN, addressing the efficient use of human and material resources, including national/agency-protected area regulations and legislation, policies, international conventions and designations, management plans, and/or agreements associated with those areas; and evaluation of challenges underlying a country’s intention to gauge the potential of a national park and pinpoint adequate attention on exploiting new strategies for national park management.

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