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Contested forms of governance in marine protected areas

Natalie Bown

Contested forms of governance in marine protected areas

a study of co-management and adaptive co-management

by Natalie Bown

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marine parks and reserves,
  • Management

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementNatalie Bown, Tim Gray, and Selina Stead
    ContributionsGray, Tim, 1942-, Stead, Selina M., 1967-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH91.75.H8 B69 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25361294M
    ISBN 109780415500647, 9780203133583
    LC Control Number2012013192

    List of National System Sites The List of National System MPAs is the official register of all MPAs that have been formally recognized as part of the national system. MPAs on the List are those that went through the nomination process, and have been agreed upon by . Governance of Protected Areas: From understanding to action. Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines. Gland, Switzerland, IUCN Series No. Borrini-Feyerabend G, Kothari A and Oviedo G. Indigenous and Local Communities and Protected Areas: Towards Equity and Enhanced Conservation. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK, IUCN. Bourdieu P Cited by: 1.

    "This new collection edited by Joachim Claudet is now the best available book on the science around marine protected areas (MPAs). Its well-published authors come from 11 countries, so the book is a good reflection of the state of the art with little geographic bias.4/4(1). 1. Introduction. With the documented decline of fish stocks, and degradation of marine environments worldwide, the establishment of marine protected areas has been increasingly accepted worldwide as an approach that will achieve biodiversity and environmental management outcomes,,.However, studies have also highlighted that displacement of communities as a result of protected areas is a Cited by:

      Kelleher, G., Kenchington, R.A., Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. (). Guidelines for establishing marine protected areas (A marine conservation and development report). Gland: IUCN in collaboration with Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Google ScholarCited by: 5. This is a list of protected areas of the Philippines administered by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources' Biodiversity Management Bureau under the National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) Act of As of , there are protected areas in the Philippines covering a total area of 54, square kilometres (21, sq mi) – % of the Philippines' total area.


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London and New York: Routledge. London and New York: Routledge. Posted Online Aug Author: Betul Gokkir. This applies to all kinds of protected areas and other conserved areas, in terrestrial, inland waters, coastal and marine environments. Monographic Series: Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines SeriesCited by: Description.

PAGM briefing note. Protected Area Governance and Management presents a compendium of original text, case studies and examples from across the world, by drawing on the literature, and on the knowledge and experience of those involved in protected book synthesises current knowledge and cutting-edge thinking from the diverse branches of practice and Cited by: Governance of Marine Protected Areas in East Africa: A Comparative Study of Mozambique, South Africa, and Tanzania Article (PDF Available) in Ocean Development and International Law 41(1) three-quarters of the protected area – the 75 per cent rule.

The management categories are applied with a typology of governance types – a description of who holds authority and responsibility for the protected area. IUCN defines four governance Size: 5MB.

Contested forms of governance in marine protected areas: a study of co-management and adaptive co-management Author: Natalie Bown ; Tim Gray ; Selina M Stead. Marine protected areas (MPAs) have been established as an important tool for fisheries management, biodiversity conservation, habitat restoration and tourism development.

They take many forms, but all have in common the characteristic of management interventions that are spatially organized. Likely. Contested forms of governance in marine protected areas: a study of co-management and adaptive co-management. [Natalie Bown; Tim Gray; Selina M Stead] -- "In this book, the authors examine the governance of marine protected areas (MPA), and in particular they compare two different forms of governance -- co-management (CM) and adaptive co-management.

Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are promoted as an important marine ecosystem management tool. However, they are complex systems that, from a governance perspective, raise serious challenges with regard to their effectiveness.

In this paper, drawing on recent contributions to the so-called “interactive governance theory,” we argue that marine and coastal governance is basically Cited by: Governing Marine Protected Areas ii Acknowledgement The authors very gratefully acknowledge the participation of the case study contributors and workshop participants.

Special thanks are due to Peter Mackelworth and his colleagues at Blue World for hosting and. Protected area governance in the CBD Programme of Work on Protected Areas 15 Protected areas 16 IUCN protected area management categories 23 Protected area governance 25 2. Conservation, protected areas and governance 27 Actors involved in governing protected areas 30 Governance instruments and powers Four main governance types.

The IUCN and CBD distinguish four broad governance types for protected and conserved areas according to the actors who take or took the fundamental decisions about them (e.g. the actors that “established” them and decided their main purpose and management). As part of the World Commission on Protected Areas we work in partnership with IUCN’s Global Programme on Protected Areas and IUCN’s Global Marine programme, and have members in many of the countries of the world that border an ocean or sea.

Visit Click to Connect.Governing Marine Protected Areas. Resilience through Diversity y Peter J.S. Jones. Series: Earthscan Oceans Selected Table of Contents. 1. Introduction to Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) 2. Objectives of MPAs 3. Differences and Divergences 4.

Different Theoretical Perspectives on Governance 5. Empirical Framework for Analysing MPA Governance 6.In Part 1, it offers concepts and tools to understand the four main protected area governance types and the set of principles of good governance recognised by the IUCN, on the basis of examples from all over the world.

In Part 2, it offers practical guidance for those willing to embark on the process of assessing, evaluating and improving.