Adaptive Co-management: Collaboration, Learning, and Multi-level Governance (Google eBook)

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UBC Press, Oct 1, 2010 - Nature - 360 pages
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In Canada and around the world, new concerns with adaptiveprocesses, feedback learning, and flexible partnerships are reshapingenvironmental governance. Meanwhile, ideas about collaboration andlearning are converging around the idea of adaptive co-management. Thisbook provides a comprehensive synthesis of the core concepts,strategies, and tools in this emerging field, informed by a diversegroup of researchers and practitioners with over two decades ofexperience. It also offers a diverse set of case studies that revealthe challenges and implications of adaptive co-management thinking.

  

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Contents

Moving beyond CoManagement
1
Theory
17
Case Studies
103
Challenges
189
Tools
247
Glossary
328
Contributors
332
Index
337
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Derek Armitage is a professor in the Department ofGeography and Environmental Studies at Wilfrid Laurier University.Fikret Berkes is a professor and Canada Research Chairat the Natural Resources Institute at the University ofManitoba. Nancy Doubleday is a professor in theDepartment of Geography and Environmental Studies at CarletonUniversity.

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