Governing the coastal commons : communities, resilience and transformation / edited by Derek Armitage, Anthony Charles and Fikret Berkes.
Contributor(s): Armitage, Derek R. (Derek Russel) [editor.] | Charles, Anthony Trevor [editor.] | Berkes, Fikret [editor.].Material type: BookPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.Description: xiii, 271 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138915770; 1138915777; 9781138918436; 1138918431; 1315688484; 9781315688480.Subject(s): COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT | CASE STUDIES | NATURAL RESOURCES | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | ECOLOGYHoldings: GRETA POINT: 551.468:502.15 GOV
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Toward transformative change in the coastal commons / Derek Armitage, Anthony Charles and Fikret Berkes -- Turning the tide : strategies, innovation and transformative learning at the Olifants Estuary, South Africa / Merle Sowman -- Emergence of community science as a transformative process in Port Mouton Bay, Canada / Laura Loucks, Fikret Berkes, Derek Armitage and Anthony Charles -- Rights-based coastal ecosystem use and management : from open access to community managed access rights / A. Minerva Arce-Ibarra, Juan Carlos Seijo, Maren Headley, Karla Infante-Ramírez, and Raúl Villanueva-Poot -- Transformations of the reef, transformations of the mind : marine aquarium trade in Bali, Indonesia / Jack Frey and Fikret Berkes -- The path to sustainable fisheries in Japan and the transformative impact of the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage Site / Eirini Ioanna Vlachopoulou and Mitsutaku Makino -- Community participation and adaptation to change in biosphere reserves : a review and a Mediterranean European coastal wetland case study (Rhone Delta Biosphere Reserve, Southern France) / Meriem Bouamrane, Raphael Mathevet, Harold Levrel, Heather Huntington and Arun Agrawal -- Navigating the transformation to community-based resource management / Jessica Blythe, Philippa Cohen, Kirsten Abernethy and Louisa Evans -- Navigating from government-centralized management to adaptive co-management in a marine protected area, Paraty, Brazil : turbulence, winds of opportunity, and progress towards transformation / Cristiana Simão Seixas, Ana Carolina Esteves Dias and Rodrigo Rodrigues de Freitas -- Koh Pitak : a community-based, environment and tourism initiative in Thailand / Philip Dearden, Dachanee Emphandhu, Supawinee Songpornwanich and Amnat Ruksapol -- Sasi Laut In Maluku : transformation and sustainability of traditional governance in the face of globalization / Ahmad Mony, Arif Satria and Rilus A. Kinseng -- The messy intertidal zone : transformation of governance thinking for coastal Nova Scotia / Jennifer Graham and Anthony Charles -- Communities, multi-level networks and governance transformations in the coastal commons / Derek Armitage, Steve Alexander, Mark Andrachuk, Samantha Berdej, Shandel Brown, Prateep Nayak, Jeremy Pittman and Kaitlyn Rathwell -- Synthesis : governing coastal transformations / Derek Armitage, Fikret Berkes and Anthony Charles.
Coastal communities depend on the marine environment for their livelihoods, but the common property nature of marine resources poses major challenges for the governance of such resources. Through detailed cases and consideration of broader global trends, this volume examines how coastal communities are adapting to environmental change, and the attributes of governance that foster deliberate transformations and help to build resilience of social and ecological systems. Governance here reflects how communities, societies and organisations (e.g. fisher cooperatives, government agencies) choose to organise themselves to make decisions about important issues, such as the use and protection of coastal commons (e.g. fishery resources). The book shows how a governance approach generates insights into the specific forms and arrangements that enable coastal communities to steer away from unsustainable pathways.
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