One such approach--comanagement--is presented in this book. It can be defined as collaborative arrangements in which the community of local resource users, local and senior governments, and other stakeholders share responsibility and authority for managing a specified natural resource or resources. This book draws on more than a decade of research across the developing world and presents case studies from Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Ecuador, Lebanon, and Viet Nam.
A key message to resource managers, policymakers, researchers, and development practitioners is that proposed solutions to NRM problems will be effective and lasting only if driven by the knowledge, action, and learning of local users. This book presents only a small sample of the research on community based NRM supported by IDRC over the years. For more analysis, discussion, and case material visit the companion website, www.idrc.ca/in_focus_comanagement, which is included with this book, on a CD-ROM. Обо всём этом и не только в книге Comanagement of Natural Resources: Local Learning for Poverty Reduction (In Focus) (Stephen R. Tyler) скачать Comanagement of Natural Resources: Local Learning for Poverty Reduction (In Focus), Stephen R. Tyler