Governing large-scale marine commons: contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle

@inproceedings{Fidelman2012GoverningLM,
  title={Governing large-scale marine commons: contextual challenges in the Coral Triangle},
  author={Pedro I. J. Fidelman and Louisa Evans and Michael Fabinyi and Simon Foale and Josh E. Cinner and Franciska Rosen},
  year={2012}
}
Environment and development agendas are increasingly being characterised by regional-scale initiatives. This trend is in part motivated by recognition of the need to account for global drivers of change (e.g., climate change, migration, and globalisation), the aspirations of achieving large-scale ecological goals (such as maintaining ecosystem processes), and reconciling potentially conflicting priorities in multi-use planning. However, regional-scale governance is challenging and there is… CONTINUE READING
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