Networks and Institutions in Natural Resource Management
Yvonne Rydin, Eva Falleth
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 248 pages
Managing natural resources sustainably is a complex task that demands the involvement of many different stakeholders. Network arrangements are increasingly used to try and achieve such sustainable management. This book assesses the practice of such networks using original research into case studies of landscape, habitat and water management from England, Norway, Sweden, Spain and Zimbabwe.
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abstraction achieve activities actors agriculture analysis AONB aquifer Arbeiderpartiet Batanai bonding capital bridging capital Campo de Montiel Cannock Chase co-management collective action collective action problems common pool resource conflicts context cooperation Countryside Agency county governors CPR institutions discussed English Nature Environment Agency environmental example farmers farming Forest Committee Forestry Commission formal fragmentation framework free-riding groundwater habitats Hedmark impacts implementation important individual institutional capacity interests involved Irrigation Community issue joint knowledge resources Lake District landscape Mafungautsi management plan ment Morsa Project municipalities National Park natural resource management nature conservation NGOs norms Norway Norwegian Oppland organizations Ostrom partial county plan participation partnership political pollution reciprocity recreational river basin role Rondane Rondane Region Ronne River Rydin sector Setesdal social capital spatial planning specific strategy structure tion trust users village water management watercourse Western Mancha wild reindeer wildlife