Chapter Eight. Promise And Reality Of Community Based Natural Resource Management In Botswana: Common-Pool Resource Use And Institutional Change In Ikoga, Okavango Delta (Panhandle)

@inproceedings{Saum2010ChapterEP,
  title={Chapter Eight. Promise And Reality Of Community Based Natural Resource Management In Botswana: Common-Pool Resource Use And Institutional Change In Ikoga, Okavango Delta (Panhandle)},
  author={Roland Saum},
  year={2010}
}
  • Roland Saum
  • Published 2010
  • Geography
  • This paper describes common-pool resource management in one of the major African tourist destinations; the Okavango Delta is also one of the hot spots of biodiversity in an otherwise arid environment. The case is of major interest because of its political and economic environment. The state of Botswana has been one of the most stable, although not the most democratic state related political systems in Africa and shows an incredible economic performance, if one compares it to the other states… CONTINUE READING

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