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Adaptive co-management and the paradox of learning
Abstract Much emphasis has been placed on the importance of learning to support collaborative environmental management and achieve sustainability under conditions of social–ecological change. Yet,… Expand
Adaptive co-management for social–ecological complexity
Building trust through collaboration, institutional development, and social learning enhances efforts to foster ecosystem management and resolve multi-scale society–environment dilemmas. One emerging… Expand
Exploring Strategies that Build Livelihood Resilience: a Case from Cambodia
Livelihoods in Cambodian fishing communities are complex and dynamic. Fluctuations in resource abundance, seasonal cycles of resource use, and changes in access create conditions that bring… Expand
Learning for sustainability: participatory resource management in Cambodian fishing villages.
Considerable attention is now being given to the role and importance of education and learning implications of participatory resource and environmental governance. The contention is that such… Expand
Early-stage transformation of coastal marine governance in Vietnam?
This paper examines an apparent 'early stage' governance transformation in the Tam Giang Lagoon, Vietnam. In this context, the role of key policy windows for innovative governance practice is… Expand
Livelihoods and co-management in the Tam Giang lagoon, Vietnam
Abstract The Tam Giang – Cau Hai lagoon is a microcosm of the complex social-ecological challenges experienced in similar systems throughout Southeast Asia. Intensification and rapid change in… Expand
Is adaptive co-management ethical?
- D. Fennell, Ryan Plummer, M. Marschke
- Engineering, Medicine
- Journal of environmental management
- 1 July 2008
'Good' governance and adaptive co-management hold broad appeal due to their positive connotations and 'noble ethical claims'. This paper poses a fundamental question: is adaptive co-management… Expand
Making social sense of aquaculture transitions
Resilience deals explicitly with change and provides a middle ground between the social and the environmental sciences. However, a growing critique by social scientists questions the ability of… Expand
Is certification a viable option for small producer fish farmers in the global south? Insights from Vietnam
Aquaculture is the fastest growing global food system, providing nearly half of the world׳s seafood supply. A significant portion of aquaculture is produced in the global South and consumed in the… Expand
Do collective property rights make sense? Insights from central Vietnam
We draw on empirical results from three case studies of property rights change across forest and fisheries ecosystems in central Vietnam to investigate the circumstances under which collective… Expand