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eBook Conflict Management of Natural Resources in South Asia: Theoretical Perspective and Empirical Experience from Nepal ePub

by Ganesh Raj Acharya

  • ISBN: 3838330714
  • Category: Relationships
  • Subcategory: Self-Help
  • Author: Ganesh Raj Acharya
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (January 7, 2010)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1196 kb
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Keywords: natural resource conflict, conflict capability, impairment, escalation This study concerns natural resource management (NRM) conflict particularly conflict in forestry sector and how such conflict can be addressed effectively. It consists of two major parts.

Keywords: natural resource conflict, conflict capability, impairment, escalation This study concerns natural resource management (NRM) conflict particularly conflict in forestry sector and how such conflict can be addressed effectively. It shows how conflict can conceptualized distinctively and how such distinctive conceptualization can be used as a strong basis for understanding and addressing conflict.

Natural Resources Security in South Asia: Nepal's Water.

In the first part of the book I have argued that the behaviour of people towards natural resources is shaped and reshaped by a specific context and local power relationships. Natural Resources Security in South Asia: Nepal's Water.

Natural Resources Security in South Asia: Nepal's Water January 2010. Without water we have no life, and with depleting freshwater resources conflict can easily ensue. The intersection between hydrology and politics requires a delicate balancing from decision-makers to ensure policy is well-informed and science is well communicated. In this paper, we discuss water issues currently faced by Nepal, a nation where freshwater resources are abundant yet political pressures are threatening future water security January 2010.

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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. Book provides overview of natural resource conflict in South Asia with specific case from Nepal. The application of Blake and Mouton''s managerial grid theory on the conflict management has been one of the key aspects of this book. The book is dynamic in the sense that it challenges to the common perception that community forestry of Nepal is most successful in managing its conflict.

Conflict in common pool resource management is ubiquitous. of conflict capability in the management of natural resources : theoretical perspectives and empirical experience in Indonesia. As a result, the call for conflict management has increased during the past decades. The ideal goal in conflict management is to achieve positive changes and avoid unnecessary escalation to destructive levels. While it has been argued that the role of local institutions in conflict management is central, little is known about how these institutions could actually deal with conflict. In this paper, we highlight how local institution. ONTINUE READING.

54 Community-Based Natural Resource Management and its Scaling Up in Guizhou, China. Sun Qiu, Yuan Juanwen, Wei Xiaoping and Ou Guowu). Cross-cutting perspective of PR&D applications, encompassing various types of natural resources, agricultural activities and rural livelihoods; this comparative mode of presenting information complements existing publications that are specific to sub-categories of PR&D applications. A conscious effort to seek out papers dealing with lesser known projects and organizations in developing countries, especially PR&D experiences that have not been (widely) published. Sourcebook Structure.

The existing theoretical frameworks have empirically shown their validity, helping to identify determinants of. .

The existing theoretical frameworks have empirically shown their validity, helping to identify determinants of strategies and showing that strategies chosen in coherence with these theoretical frameworks are more successful than other strategic choices.

Book provides overview of natural resource conflict in South Asia with specific case from Nepal. The application of Blake and Mouton?s managerial grid theory on the conflict management has been one of the key aspects of this book. The book is dynamic in the sense that it challenges to the common perception that community forestry of Nepal is most successful in managing its conflict. Findings do not support this idea because collaborating strategy has rarely been used. More application of avoiding and forcing strategy in conflict management indicates that CF is still lagging to realize best possible option such as collaborating strategy. With a short background of South Asian context, three types of conflicts in Community Forest User Group in Nepal are identified. Though, many scholars support CF as successful programme in Nepal but this study reveals that CF has not yet been able to manage its conflict in a more constructive way. This book will be an important book for anyone interested on conflict, governance and natural resource management.