"The non-consumptive use of the area is encouraged. Activities include: game-viewing, bird-watching and turtle viewing, beach leisure activities, day-walks and overnight hiking, camping, caravaning and accommodation in chalets and bush-camps and religious activities (e.g. mass baptism)."
Link: World Heritage Sites
"A series of biological studies will map the areas where extraction activities have been carried out. These will quantify the extraction of charcoal, firewood, timber, bark, shrimp, shellfish and fish; quantify the growth rates of the mangrove species in the different areas of the forest reserve; compare the quality and quantity of regeneration under different management schemes, particularly clear-felling and selective extraction; identify critical areas requiring strict conservation; and establish non-consumptive use and preservation areas."
"The following principles need to be met...
To ensure that any consumptive or non-consumptive use made of Dark-Bellied Brent Geese should be based on an assessment of the best available knowledge of their ecology and is sustainable for the population as well as the for ecological system that supports them. Furthermore, the use should be compatible with other uses and other protection measures and aims."
"...the peoples, societies and nations of the WIOR [Western Indian Ocean Region] value marine turtles for many diverse reasons, involving both consumptive and non-consumptive use..."
"65% is protected under the same Act as a Wildlife Management Area and activities are controlled through the WMA Regulations (2000) which allow for both consumptive and non consumptive use of wildlife."
Link: Ramsar-Swiss Grant for Africa: Okavango Delta (2000)
"Prior to the preparation of the draft Zambia Wetlands Programme for Zambia,
a national inventory on the wetlands and their resources was undertaken to assess
The information is contained in a publication called Status of the Wetlands in Zambia (1994). [...]
The inventory contains the following information:
[...] (i) Examining the socio-economic implications of over utilisation of the resources at both local and national levels with regards to consumptive and non consumptive use."
Link: Ramsar Strategic Plan: Zambia (1995)