Managing natural resources for sustainable livelihoods: uniting science and participation

Managing natural resources for sustainable livelihoods: uniting science and participation

Drawing on extensive and varied case studies, this book presents innovative approaches for establishing and sustaining participation and collective decision-making in natural resource management research. It covers a wide range of natural resources – including forests and soils, water and management units such as watersheds and common property areas – and provides practical lessons from analysis and meta-analysis of cases from Asia, Africa and Latin America. It offers insights on how to make research participatory while maintaining rigour and high-quality science at various scales.

Authors: Pound, B.; Snapp, S.; McDougall, C.; Braun, A.; (eds.)

Topic: natural resources,sustainability,resource management,participation,case studies,participation,environmental policy,research

Pages: xix, 352p.

Publisher: Earthscan Publications, London, UK

Publication Year: 2003

ISBN: 1-84407-026-3


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