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Introduction: Participation and the collaborative management of protected areas in Bangladesh

Quazi, Shimona A. , Bushley, Bryan R. , Miles, Wendy B.

Introduction: Participation and the collaborative management of protected areas in Bangladesh

Interesting document but only the Introductory Chapter of its larger publication. Nevertheless, it presents some of the theories about CBNRM in Bangladesh and how they will be tested. I could not find the rest of the document to see the other case studies.

TCatterson
IRG
Dec 26, 2012 12:00 AM
Book/chapter, Country-based case study, Comparative analysis of cases or tools
 
Asia - South
Bangladesh
Coastal Zone
Fisheries
Forest
Mangroves
Surface Water
Wetlands
Biodiversity
Storm Protection
Watershed
Improved information and knowledge management systems - [Relevant]
Promoted local land use planning and appropriate resource tenure systems - [Relevant]
Fostered innovation, social learning, and adaptive management - [Relevant]
Promoted or developed economic strategies for natural resource management - [Relevant]
Strengthened markets and NRM market incentives - [Relevant]
Invested in local organizations - [Relevant]
Created a framework for better NRM choices - [Relevant]
Assured that resource managers have access to NRM means and benefits - [Relevant]
Procedural rights for all people, especially vulnerable or marginalized groups - [Relevant]
Local stakeholder input into public decisions and policy - [Relevant]
Natural resource authority and functions distribution - [Relevant]
Participatory Planning
Resource user groups
Devolution to local governments
Devolution to communities
Participatory processes for social change
Environmental/productivity - [Yes]
Environmental/productivity - [Gender]
Economic/income generation - [Yes]
Governance/empowerment - [Yes]
Economic/income generation - [Yes]
Economic/income generation - [Gender]
Governance/empowerment - [Yes]
Environmental/productivity - [Yes]
Economic/income generation - [Yes]
Governance/empowerment - [Yes]
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