Institutional credibility and leadership: critical challenges for community-based natural resource governance in rural and remote Australia

@article{Pero2008InstitutionalCA,
  title={Institutional credibility and leadership: critical challenges for community-based natural resource governance in rural and remote Australia},
  author={L. Pero and T. Smith},
  journal={Regional Environmental Change},
  year={2008},
  volume={8},
  pages={15-29}
}
Community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) institutions are challenged with finding common ground as a basis for action among diverse resource users and stakeholders. Establishing and maintaining institutional credibility within their regions, catchments, communities and among their membership is fundamental to overcoming the challenge. So too is applying appropriate institutional and governance structures and appointing appropriate leaders. Drawing on triangulated case study data… Expand
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