By Derek Armitage, Fikret Berkes, Nancy Doubleday
Around the globe, governments are moving clear of regulatory types for governing usual and cultural assets. New matters with adaptive procedures, suggestions studying, and versatile partnerships are reshaping the source governance panorama. in the meantime, rules approximately collaboration and studying are converging round the notion of adaptive co-management.
This e-book presents a entire synthesis of the center options, innovations, and instruments of this rising box, proficient through a various crew of researchers and practitioners with over 20 years of expertise. It bargains a various set of case experiences that exhibit the demanding situations and implications of adaptive co-management pondering and synthesizes classes for average and cultural source governance in a variety of contexts.
Adaptive Co-Management isn't just a well timed booklet but in addition an invaluable inspiration for source governance in an international marked by way of fast socio-ecological switch. it will likely be of curiosity to researchers, environmental practitioners, policy-makers, and scholars in fields around the political and environmental spectrum.
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While recognizing that the inequalities rooted in power relations and cultural difference are an impediment to adaptive co-management, she explores the role of culture in resilience and adaptive capacity, and the subsequent potential for individuals and groups to engage and lead adaptation under difficult conditions. Doubleday suggests that culture and culture-derived identity may serve as extra-formal power-bases and that their implications for adaptive co-management should be differentiated from the role of negotiated formal powers.
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Adaptive Co-Management: Collaboration, Learning, and Multi-Level Governance by Derek Armitage, Fikret Berkes, Nancy Doubleday