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by Fikret Berkes,Peter Jacobs

Download Common Property Resources: Ecology of Community-Based Sustainable Development eBook
ISBN:
0471944807
Author:
Fikret Berkes,Peter Jacobs
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons Ltd (April 15, 1992)
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312 pages
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Common Property Resources book.

Common Property Resources book.

Common property resources. ecology and community-based sustainable development. Published 1989 by Belhaven Press in London, New York. Includes papers presented at the Conference on Conservation and Development: Implementing the World Conservation Strategy, held June 1986, Ottawa, and the Fourth International Congress of Ecology, held Aug. 1986, Syracuse, . Published in association with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources"-T.

Common property resources dealt with in this book - fish, wildlife, forests, grazing lands, and water - are all needed for sustainable development.

Sacred Ecology: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Resource Management. This book deals with the topic of traditional ecological knowledge specifically in the context of natural resource management. An issue of today is how humans can develop a more acceptabl. More).

Common Property Resources : Ecology of Community Based Sustainable Development.

Includes papers presented at the Conference on Conservation and Development: Implementing the World Conservation Strategy, held June 1986, Ottawa, and the Fourth International Congress of Ecology, held Aug. Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ecology and community-based sustainable development. Community-based conservation in a globalized world. Proceedings of the National academy of sciences 104 (39), 15188-15193, 2007. Belhaven press with the International Union for Conservation of nature an. 1989. The tragedy of the commons: twenty-two years later. D Feeny, F Berkes, BJ McCay, JM Acheson. Human ecology 18 (1), 1-19, 1990. The benefits of the commons. F Berkes, D Feeny, BJ McCay, JM Acheson. Nature 340 (6229), 91, 1989.

Common property resources -Traditional ecological knowledge -Co-management -Community based resource management -Sustainable development, northern Canada -Sustainable development, international -Human ecology and conservation -Ecology of living.

Common property resources -Traditional ecological knowledge -Co-management -Community based resource management -Sustainable development, northern Canada -Sustainable development, international -Human ecology and conservation -Ecology of living resources -Small scale fisheries -Resource and environmental policy -Ecological economics. Many of the points covered in the book are complex (including complexity theory itself), but Berkes avoids the high levels of abstraction and convoluted prose common to academic writing. Here is a quote to give a sense of the book.

Berkes, Fikret and Carl Folke, eds. 1998.

London: Belhaven Press. Berkes, Fikret and Carl Folke, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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This volume explore ways of integrating resource management science with traditional ecological knowledge and resource use systems. Common property resources dealt with in the book - fish, wildlife, forests, grazing lands and water - are all crucially important resources for sustainable development but often suffer from over-exploitation. As a class, common property resources are subject to individual use but not to individual possession, and this often leads to their misuse. However, there are several ways in which the commons dilemma can be solved: this book concentrates on community-based approaches.