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Fisheries co-management - an institutional innovation? Lessons from south east Asia and southern Africa
Type: Journal Article
During the last decade the co-management concept has gained increasing acceptance as a potential way forward to improve fisheries management performance. It has, however, at the same time become increasingly evident that ...
Fish fights over fish rights: non-traditional security issues in fisheries in Southeast Asia
Type: Conference Paper
This paper presents the results of ‘Fish Fights over Fish Rights” project which evaluated conflicts related to overcapacity in the fisheries and those that may pose threats to food, livelihood and environmental security ...
Collective action and property rights in fisheries management
Type: Book Chapter
Fisheries are complex and interdependent ecological and social systems that require integrated management approaches. The actions of one person or group of users affect the availability of the resource for others. Managing ...
Fisheries co-management policy brief: findings from a worldwide study
Fisheries in developing countries are under intense pressure from increasing human populations, overexploitation of resources and conflicts over access to degraded resources. Who should take the responsibility for managing ...