Capacity for sustainable management of wetlands: Lessons from the WETwin project

@article{Ostrovskaya2013CapacityFS,
  title={Capacity for sustainable management of wetlands: Lessons from the WETwin project},
  author={E. Ostrovskaya and W. Douven and K. Schwartz and B. Pataki and P. Mukuyu and R. Kaggwa},
  journal={Environmental Science & Policy},
  year={2013},
  volume={34},
  pages={128-137}
}
The paper discusses the application of a method to analyze the capacity for management of wetland resources. The method consists of a framework with a set of indicators to analyze the presence and effectiveness of formal regulations and procedures, and relevant informal mechanisms for wetland management. The set of indicators is designed based on internationally recognized objectives and ‘good practices’ for wetland management given in the Ramsar Convention guidelines. The guidelines advise on… Expand
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