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Conflict and Cooperation in Participating Natural Resource Management : Global Issues - Roger Jeffery

Conflict and Cooperation in Participating Natural Resource Management

Global Issues

By: Roger Jeffery (Editor), Bhaskar Vira (Editor)

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Over the past 100 years, there has been a steady process by which natural resources have been increasingly managed by centralized institutions. Governments and other national agencies have argued that this promotes efficiency and equity. Recently this orthodoxy has been challenged by experiments that show how centralized management tends to fail. Global, national and local goals are more likely to be met, at lower cost and with other benefits (such as promoting better democratic institutions) by involving local populations in collaborative management agreements. This volume, based on detailed case studies from around the world, subjects some of these experiments to critical study, and suggests limits to the participative approach as well as ways it can be improved and made suitable for new contexts.

List of Tables, Figures and Box
Preface and Acknowledgements
Notes on the Contributors
Introductionp. 1
Where Local Conflicts over Resource Use Make Participation Unlikelyp. 17
Conflict Management and Mobility among Pastoralists in Karamoja, Ugandap. 19
The Social Context of Environmental Education: The Case of the Amboseli Ecosystem, Kajiado, Kenyap. 39
Local-Level Projects Attempting to Overcome Unsupportive National Contextsp. 61
Addressing Livelihood Issues in Conservation-oriented Projects: A Case Study of Pulicat Lake, Tamil Nadu, Indiap. 63
Land Husbandry for Sustainable Agricultural Development in a Subsistence Farming Area of Malawi: Farmer Adoption of Introduced Techniquesp. 75
Learning from Success: Where National Policies are Supportive, but Participative Action is Novelp. 97
Local Management of Sahelian Forestsp. 99
CAMPFIRE: Tonga Cosmovision and Indigenous Knowledgep. 113
Problems of Intra- and Inter-group Equity in Community Forestry: Evidence from the Terai Region of Nepalp. 129
Benefits to Villagers in Maharashtra, India, from Conjunctive Use of Water Resourcesp. 150
Learning from Success: Supportive National Policies and Local Initiativesp. 169
Creating New Knowledge for Soil and Water Conservation in Boliviap. 171
Devolution of Decision-making: Lessons from Community Forest Management at the Kilum-Ijim Forest Project, Cameroonp. 189
Changing Natural Resource Research and Development Capability: Whither Social Capital?p. 204
Referencesp. 227
Indexp. 241
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ISBN: 9780333792773
ISBN-10: 0333792777
Series: Global Issues
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 246
Published: 18th July 2001
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.52
Edition Number: 1