Guidelines for coastal resource co-management in the Caribbean: Communicating the concepts and conditions that favour success. Lecture Notes.

Abstract

These lecture notes were developed from the 'Guidelines for coastal resource co-management in the Caribbean: communicating the concepts and conditions that favour success' developed by P. McConney, R. Pomeroy and R. Mahon in 2003 for the Caribbean Conservation Association. The guidelines provide more information on the wide range of conditions that can affect the sustainability and performance of co-management arrangements and activities from resources and fisheries, to cultural and institutional dimensions. The lecture notes present the key concepts and conditions for co-management in a concise format for use in teaching about co-management.

Citation

Parsaram, K. and McConney, P. 2004. Guidelines for coastal resource co-management in the Caribbean: Communicating the concepts and conditions that favour success. Lecture Notes. Barbados: Caribbean Conservation Association. 50 pp.

Guidelines for coastal resource co-management in the Caribbean: Communicating the concepts and conditions that favour success. Lecture Notes.

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