This is one of 280 summaries describing key outputs from the projects
run by DFID's 10-year Renewable Natural Resources Research Strategy
Associated with Projects R6919, R7408 and PD106. Trade-off analysis is a
way of building consensus among stakeholders in multiple use natural
resource areas. It involves working with stakeholders to identify their
interests and importance, developing different scenarios and iterative
weighting of information leading to consensus. It is in use at the
Buccoo Reef Marine Park in Tobago, where wide agreement was reached on
the longterm objectives of sustainability and conservation of resources.
Co-management, facilitated through trade-off analysis, has benefits for
the wider social goals of conservation and social-ecological resilience.
The method has been widely disseminated in the literature and is being
used in Barbados, Canada, Mozambique, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Tanzania
and the UK, in contexts such as fisheries, forestry, agriculture,
tourism and climate change mitigation.
The CD has the following information for this output: Description,
Validation, Current Situation, Current Promotion, Impacts on Poverty,
Environmental Impact. Attached PDF (19 pp.) taken from the CD.
NRSP08, New technologies, new processes, new policies: tried-and-tested and ready-to-use results from DFID-funded research, Research Into Use Programme, Aylesford, Kent, UK, ISBN 978-0-9552595-6-2, p 138.