Monitoring the Governance Dimension of Natural Resource Co-management

  title={Monitoring the Governance Dimension of Natural Resource Co-management},
  author={Georgina Cundill and Christo Fabricius},
The governance outcomes of natural resource co-management have been neither systematically monitored nor rigorously assessed. We identified system attributes and key variables that could form the basis for monitoring the governance dimension of adaptive co-management. A methodology for collaboratively monitoring these system attributes and key variables was tested in four localities in South Africa. Our results suggest that creating the conditions that facilitate self-organization, and… CONTINUE READING

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