Conflict and cooperation in participatory natural resource management

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  • Natural resources -- Management -- Congresses,
  • Environmental policy -- International cooperation -- Congresses

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Statementedited by Roger Jeffery and Bhaskar Vira
SeriesGlobal issues series, Global issues series (Palgrave (Firm))
ContributionsJeffery, Roger, Vira, Bhaskar
LC ClassificationsHC85 .C66 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 246 p. :
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17026529M
ISBN 100333792777, 0333794834
LC Control Number2001021197

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Front Matter. Pages i-xvi. PDF. Pages Where Local Conflicts over Resource Use Make Participation Unlikely. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Conflict Management and Mobility among Pastoralists in. Conflict and Cooperation in Participating Natural Resource Management Editors: Jeffery, R., Vira, B.

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Conflict and cooperation in participatory natural resource management. [Roger Jeffery; Bhaskar Vira;] -- Over the past one hundred years in particular, there has been a steady process by which natural resources (such as ground-water, forests, fishing grounds and grazing land) have been increasingly.

Conflict management and mobility among pastoralists in Karamoja, Uganda / Maryam Niamir-Fuller --Social context of environmental education / Ngeta Kabiri --Addressing livelihood issues in conservation-oriented projects / Devaki Panini --Land husbandry for sustainable agricultural development in a subsistence farming area of Malawi / Max Kelly.

Natural resource management is closely linked to conflict management, prevention and resolution. Managing natural resources involves reconciling diverging interests that often lead to conflict, which can undermine management institutions and lead to exploitation, environmental destruction and deteriorating livelihoods.

If conflicts turn violent, they can rip apart the entire fabric of society. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT it has been said that natural resource management is conflict management-conflicts arise when there are resources for which decisions have to be made regarding management, access, rights and benefits.

Natural resource conflict is "not going to go away" (Tyler ). There are no more 'resource frontiers'. much needed conflict resolution framework for disputes that center on natural resources.

It can be applied in localized or transboundary conflicts, as well as natural resource disputes that arise in the context of broader peace negotiations. This Guide distills decades of experience in natural resources dispute resolution into an easy-to-access. Natural resources, especially oil, are frequently held to be responsible for conflict.1 In gen‐ eral, natural resources promote conflicts through three mechanisms (Collier/Hoeffler ; Fearon/Laitin ; Le Billon ; Ross): First, resources can provide a motive for.

Keywords Natural resources, conflict, cooperation, Global South, poverty, gover-nance. PRELIMINARY REMARKS This book is primarily about the conflicts that often characterise the exploitation of natural resources.

The focus is on poor, mainly rural, people and their struggles to. CONFLICTS ARISE WHENgovernmental and other organizations lack the capacity to engage in sustain- able natural resource management. Organizations not only face financial constraints for staff and equipment, they also often lack the expertise to anticipate conflicts, or to handle conflicts that arise in the course of their activities.

We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services. Participatory natural resources management: Crowded in a 3 by km area matched with, low incomes, floods and severe environmental health risks, the o of mainly Internally Displaced Peoples (IDPs) in the Namuwongo slum are trapped in a highly risky inhuman wetland environment.

However the slum’s close proximity to Lake Victoria (second largest fresh water. 'Voices of the Poor' is a series of three books that collates the experiences, views and aspirations of o poor women and men. This second book of the series draws material from a country comparative study, which used open-ended participatory methods, bringing together the voices and realities of 20, poor women, men, youth and children.

A document of the process and methodologies proposed for the Somali Natural Resources Management Programme for local level environmental interventions. These include international influences from relevant pastoralist and conflict affected situations elsewhere in Africa and a set of ideas generated by the author and his Somali colleagues.

Highlights The vast majority of conflict in a management process occurs out of sight in forms of hidden or silent conflict. Trust is important in a participatory management process, however dysfunctional use of trust is a source of conflict as it leads to overconfidence. Trust building in a participatory management process starts with calculus-based trust building.

A level of distrust is. This book demonstrates what the discipline of economics has to offer as support for analyzing cooperation on management of trans-boundary water resources. It also considers what the discipline of economics has to acquire to become a more effective contributor to trans-boundary water resource management given political, legal, social, physical.

awareness of the positive potential that cooperation around natural resource challenges can offer in reducing the risk of broader social conflict and violence. While this rationale is not altogether new among advocates of public policy support for and investment in natural resources management (Tyler ), it is.

A global assessment of community based natural resource management: Addressing the critical challenges of the rural sector Anderson, J.

& Mehta, S. Community based natural resource management (CBNRM) is an approach to empowering rural communities with the knowledge, skills and authority to sustainably manage natural resources. Conflict management as a means to the sustainable use of natural resources. Silva Fen-nica 40(4): – Democratic societies’ emphasis on individual rights and freedoms inevitably opens them up to political disputes.

Conflict management should thus be seen as an integral part of democratic institutional design. The Communal Areas Management for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE) is a celebrated approach to natural resource management, developed in Zimbabwe.

Now adopted and adapted by many nations in eastern and southern Africa, it has gained widespread popularity among donors, development agencies, academics and practitioners. Lack of effective mechanisms for conflict management: For natural resource management programmes to be effective, mechanisms for participatory conflict management need to be incorporated into their design and implementation.

These should ensure that open or latent conflicts are constructively dealt with to reduce the chances of conflict escalation. Natural resource management is conflict management. This concept forms the basis of Pieter Vanwildemeersch award-winning Master’s thesis “Stakeholders blocking participatory natural resource management” (the original title is: “Los actores bloqueadores en la gestión participativa de recursos naturales”).

It explores the relationship between participatory natural resource. planning skills, facilitation, forming groups, and managing conflict) with the idea of process guidance and coaching of project staff in their daily work of creating a process of participatory and collaborative management of natural resources.

Participatory and collaborative approaches in natural resource management have. Identifying Environmental and Natural Resource Management Conflict Potential Using Participatory Mapping. Society & Natural Resources: Vol. 30, No. 12, pp. Iyyanki V. Muralikrishna, Valli Manickam, in Environmental Management, Introduction.

Natural Resource Management (NRM) refers to the sustainable utilization of major natural resources, such as land, water, air, minerals, forests, fisheries, and wild flora and fauna.

Together, these resources provide the ecosystem services that provide better quality to human life. This paper is a review of conflict management styles and conflict resolution from the managers and supervisors' point of view. Conflict is an inevitable fact for any organization.

participatory natural resource management projects from needs assessment to the phase out. This module will use a self-study workbook format. It is meant to be used in conjunction with the companion manual Tools for Participatory Natural Resource Management Projects.

Needs and Resource Assessments Conducting a Stakeholder Analysis and Developing a. Natural Resource Issues No. 18 ISBN: ISSN: Edited by Dilys Roe, Fred Nelson and Chris Sandbrook Community management of natural resources in Africa Impacts, experiences and future directions Community management of natural resources in Africa Roe et al.

Natural resource management (NRM) is the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals, with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations (stewardship).

Natural resource management deals with managing the way in which people and natural landscapes interact. It brings together land use planning, water. Conflict and Cooperation on Trans-Boundary Water Resources (Natural Resource Management and Policy) by Richard E.

Just (Editor), Sinaia Netanyahu (Editor) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Conflict management mechanisms – support processes to manage natural resource conflicts among stakeholders.

Participatory action research – collaborative fact-finding and analysis generates a mutually agreed upon perspective for action. natural resources. Due to increase in population, industrialisation and urbanisation the demand for natural. resources is increasing and their availability is limited.

there is a need for proper management of natural resources. The proper management of natural resources consists of: i) Judicious use of natural resources and avoiding wastage. She has been working as the secretary and research assistant for the MNE-IDRC research project on Sustainable Management of Common Natural Resources in Mongolia since Her research interests include community-based pasture and natural resource management, participatory research, and social and gender research in natural resource management.

natural resource management (CBNRM) should be preceded by a ‘conflict. management assessment’ (CMA). This assessment should consider: (a) whether the conflict is likely to overwhelm the existing customary, institutional and legal approaches to conflict management, and if so whether it.

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About this journal. Published for over 50 years, Cooperation and Conflict is a peer reviewed journal committed to publishing high quality articles that examines a broad set of research questions. It believes in the deeds of academic pluralism and thus does not represent any specific methodology, approach, tradition or school.

management of natural resources can be used to enhance women’s engagement and empowerment in peacebuilding processes. Part I of the report examines the relationship between women and natural resources in peacebuilding contexts, reviewing key issues across three main categories of resources: land, renewable and extractive resources.

Home» Definition of Conflict and Conflict Management October 4, by Umar Farooq Conflict and Conflict Management: The process in which one party considers that his interests are negatively affected or being opposed by the other party is referred as conflict.

the role of collective action in natural resource conflict and cooperation (Ratner et al. ). The paper is organized as follows.

We begin with an overview of the role of collective action in conflict and cooperation over natural resources, using the aforementioned analytical framework. We identify factors that affect the involvement in natural resource management.

Community-based natural resource management (CBNRM) has been successful in that it has become an integral part of government policy and programmes in many countries.

Byfor example, more than 30 African nations had launched participatory forestry initiatives, and similar.The resulting typology offers scholars a systematic lexicon for understanding, describing, and comparing conflict management strategies and tactics, with an emphasis on grassroots efforts.

It also provides policymakers and practitioners with a rich tool box of proven approaches for addressing natural resource conflicts. Martin, A.

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