Social dimensions of local fisheries co-management in the Coral Triangle
- The challenge to manage coastal resources within Asia-Pacifics Coral Triangle has gained global attention. Co-management is promoted as a key strategy to address this challenge. Contemporary community-based co-management often leads to 'hybridization' between local (customary) practices, and science-based management and conservation. However, the form of this hybrid has rarely been critically analysed. This paper presents examples of co-management practices in eastern Indonesia and Solomon Islands, focusing in particular on area closures."
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- Philippa Cohenhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-9987-1943
- Journal Article
- Foundation for Environmental Conservation