Corpus ID: 11802576

Co-management of natural resources in Canada : a review of concepts and case studies

@inproceedings{Idrc1997ComanagementON,
  title={Co-management of natural resources in Canada : a review of concepts and case studies},
  author={Idrc and Gerett Rusnak},
  year={1997}
}
In Canada, groups with diverse interests and values, including peoples of First Nations, have increasingly been coming into conflict over decisions on the use and allocation of environmental resources. Under the banners of co-management and joint stewardship, a variety of new institutional approaches to resource management have been gaining momentum in Canada, involving a restructuring of power and responsibilities among stakeholders. This restructuring involves moving away from a situation of… Expand
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