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Fisheries co-management and small-scale fisheries: a policy brief
This policy briefs addresses some of the issues and options available in managing all fisheries, including small-scaleones. The argument is that recent lessons point to potential benefits in some fisheries from management ...
Building capacity for fisheries research and policy: lessons learned from the Asian fisheries social science research network
The Asian Fisheries Social Science Research Network (AFSSRN) was a long-term effort to build social science research capacity for fi sheries and marine resources in Southeast Asia. The history of the Network is reviewed. ...
Fisheries co-management in Asia: phase 1 project report
In 1994, the International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) in Manila, Philippines and the Institute for Fisheries Management (IFM) at the North Sea Centre in Hirtshals, Denmark, in collaboration ...
Conditions for successful co-management: lessons learned in Asia, Africa, the Pacific and the wider Caribbean
Type: Book Chapter
The purpose of this chapter is to present and discuss key conditions for the successful implementation of fisheries and coastal co-management identified in South-east Asia, Africa, the Pacific and the wider Caribbean. These ...
Navigating change: Second-generation challenges of small-scale fisheries co-management in the Philippines and Vietnam
Type: Journal Article
Early efforts to apply the concept of fisheries co-management in Southeast Asia focused primarily on building the effectiveness of local management institutions and advocating the merits of the approach so that it would ...
Integrated coastal zone management: policy issues, approaches and research priorities: a working paper prepared for the Environmental and Natural Resources Policy and Training (EPAT) Project, US agency for International Development
Over the last several decades, Malaysia has experienced rapid industrial growth and urbanization, characterized by high levels of resource exploitation. Much of this development has occurred within the coastal