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Chatty and Colchester - Chapter 18

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Buy and Download Description Co-management or community-based management is seen by many conservationists as a humane and practical alternative to eviction and punitive sanctions of people who inhabit and use lands designated for conservation (Wells et al. 1992; Kemf 1993; Pimbert and Pretty 1995). In its ideal form, co-management involves 'the active participation in management of a resource by the community of all individuals and groups having some connection with, or interest in, that resource' (Claridge 1997b: 19), often involving some sort of economic development component. Such 'integrated conservation and development projects' are not always easy solutions (Western and Wright 1994; Vandergeest 1996), but are today regarded as the standard approach to conservation. Co-management or community-based management is seen by many conservationists as a humane and practical alternative to eviction and punitive sanctions of people who inhabit and use lands designated for conservation (Wells et al. 1992; Kemf 1993; Pi
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