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Adaptive management is viewed as a paradigm that can enhance efficiency of decision-making processes related to resource management in a multi-actor environment. For forest managers it opens new vistas for sustainable management of forestry resources. In the Indian context, adaptive co-management provides opportunities for addressing the critical problems of forest resource security and livelihood security of forest-dependent communities. This would necessitate developing and institutionalizing monitoring systems and learning processes in the co-management regime in vogue. For operationalizing adaptive co-management, ...
A fair number of people who have been involved with resilience research have contributed to the book. I just received my copy in the mail and it looks great. The book is a result of a project that has been coordinated by Canadian scientists Derek Armitage , Fikret Berkes , and Nancy Doubleday . They describe the book: In Canada and around the world, governments are shifting away from regulatory models for governing natural and cultural resources. New concerns with adaptive processes, feedback learning, and flexible partnerships are reshaping environmental governance. Meanwhile, ideas ... Read More
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