Center for Environmental Policy and Administration

Natural Resource Conflict Management Case Studies: An Analysis of Power, Participation and Protected Areas

Author:A. H. Peter Castro and Erik Nielsen, editors
Date: January 2003
Publication:Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 284 pp.

Table of Contents

  1. Overview by A. Peter Castro and Erik Nielsen
  2. Community-based Natural Resource Conflict Management: The Case of Watershed Planning in Metro Cebu, the Phillipines by Jim Hafner, Mary Schlarb and Liberty Pinili
  3. Conflict Resolution in the Namanve Peri-Urban Reforestation Project in Uganda by Cornelius Kazoora
  4. Conflict Management Over Contested Natural Resources: A Case Study of Pasture, Forest and Irrigation in South Wello, Ethiopia by Alula Pankhurst
  5. Conflicts Over Community-based "Repong" Resource Management in Pesisir Krui Region, Lampung Province, Indonesia by Suporahardjo and Stefan Wodicka
  6. From Conflict to Co-Management: The Case of the Blue Forest by Cornelis Prins, Oscar Castillo and Rosa Almendares
  7. Contesting Rights to Forest Land in China by Elisabeth Grinspoon
  8. Forest User Conflict Management in The Gambia by Kebba Sonko and Clemens Beck with the assistance of Kanimang Camara
  9. Beyond Conflict in Clayoquot Sound: The Future of Sustainable Forestry by Brian J. Parai and Thomas C. Esakin
  10. Managing Conflict Around Contested Natural Resources: A Case Study of Rusitu Valley Area, Chimanimani, Zimbabwe by Zvidzai Chidhakwa
  11. Research As Mediation: Linking Participatory Action Research to Environmental Conflict Management in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia by Ilya Moeliono and Larry Fisher
  12. Natural Resource Conflict Management: The Case of Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks, Southwestern Uganda by Tom Blomley
  13. Moving From Open Access Extraction to New Participatory Levels of Accountable Management Malampaya Sound, Palawan, the Phillipines by Jonathan Pilien and Peter Walpole


A.H. Peter Castro
Center for Environmental Policy and Administration
The Maxwell School, Syracuse University
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