Governing coastal commons : communities, resilience and transformation

Clasificación: HT 391 G721 2017 | Agregado: 09/10/2018

editado por Derek Armitage, Anthony Charles, Fikret Berkes. -- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2017.
xiii, 271 p.; 23 cm. -- (Environment. Geography)
ISBN 978-1-138-91843-6.
Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
Contenido: Preface and aknowledgments -- Toward transformative change in the coastal commons --.
Turning the tide: strategies, innovation and transformative learning at the Olifants estuary, South Africa -- Emergence of community science as a transformative process in Port Mouton Bay, Canada -- Rights-based coastal ecosystem use and management: from open access to community-managed access rights -- Transformations of the reef, transformations of the mind: marine aquarium trade in Bali, Indonesia -- The path to sustainable fisheries in Japan and the transformative impact of the Shiretoko World Natural Heritage Site -- Community participation and adaptation to change in biosphere reserves: a review and a Mediterranean European coastal wetland case study (Delta du Rhone Biosphere Reserve, Southern France) -- Navigating the transformation to community-based resource management -- Navigating from government-centralised management to adaptive co-management in a marine protected area, Paraty, Brazil: turbulence, winds of opportunity, and progress towards transformation -- Koh Pitak: a community-based, environment and tourism initiative in Thailand -- Sasi laut in Maluku: transformation and sustainability of traditional governance in the face of globalization -- The messy intertidal zone: transformation of governance thinking for coastal Nova Scotia -- Communities, multi-level networks and governance transformations in the coastal commons -- Synthesis: governing coastal transformations.