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The adaptive co-management paradigm is a marked departure from past rational-comprehensive models for conservation and natural resources management. Its potential to enhance social–ecological resilience and address the “problem of fit” makes it useful in different places and circumstances. This...
The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) manages one-fifth of the land in the United States, including public lands administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Bureau of Land Management. Federal agencies have included public input in decision-making since the...
In 2003 Madagascar committed to tripling its land in protected areas to conserve its unique biodiversity and essential ecosystem services. Implementing this commitment involved creating a new legal framework, selecting sites, establishing resource use rules, and developing governance...
Our research explored patterns in the development of social networks serving as the foundation for collaborative conservation. We conducted four case studies of conservation efforts associated with State Wildlife Action Plans in the United States. Data were collected on conservation objectives,...
Collaboration is a proven approach to building agreement and resolving conflict over natural resource and environmental issues. This article moves beyond this conclusion and explores the degree to which collaboration—particularly citizen-driven collaboration—offers an alternative theory and...
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