Community-based management strategies for biocultural diversity conservation

Policy Briefs

 
Koetse, M.J., Bouma, J., Costedoat, S. 2015. 'Conditions and Threats for Community-based Management' COMBIOSERVE European Policy Brief.
 
Huitema, D., Bastos Lima, M., Bouma, J., Ludwig, K., and Schols, P. 2014. 'Policy networks and community linkages for managing environmental and social change' COMBIOSERVE European Policy brief. This briefing addresses how communities that self-manage natural resources should interact with their social and political environment in order to preserve sustained control over the areas under their control, and in order to maintain the resources that they depend on.
 
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Cardoso, T., Modercín, I., Lobão, J., and Bandeira, F.P. 2015. 'Socio-environmental conflict analysis and the implications for public policy designs and environmental management'. COMBIOSERVE European Policy Brief.

 

Bandeira, F.P., Lobão, J., Cardoso, T., Porter-Bolland, L., and Velez Liendo, X., 2015. 'Landscape perception and computer modelling in participatory mapping efforts in Latin America: The policy implications of COMBIOSERVE, an EU-funded project in community-based conservation in Latin America'. COMBIOSERVE European Policy Brief.

 

Bandeira, F.P., Lobão, J., Cardoso, T., Modercin, I., Porter-Bolland, L., and Velez Liendo, X., 2015. 'Integrating communities values of biodiversity and traditional knowledge with scientific knowledge to environmental management: The policy implications of COMBIOSERVE, an EU-funded project in community-based conservation in Latin America'. COMBIOSERVE European Policy Brief.

 

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Ruiz-Mallén, I., Corbera, E., Novkovic, A., Calvo-Boyero, D. and Reyes-García, V. 2013 'Adapting to environmental change in Latin America: Planning the future from the bottom up' COMBIOSERVE European Policy brief. This briefing reviews adaptation strategies in Latin America and highlights the extent to which such strategies consider multiple stressors and incorporate scenarios as a tool for policy design. It outlines the policy implications of the on-going COMBIOSERVE research based on the role of bottom-up scenario development exercises in devising context specific policy programs that could contribute to reduce vulnerability and enhance adaptive capacity in rural contexts.
 
Ruiz-Mallén, I., Corbera, E. and Reyes-García, V., 2012. 'Resilience in Biocultural Community-based Conservation: Coping with Global Environmental Change' COMBIOSERVE European Policy Brief. This briefing outlines the policy implications of the COMBIOSERVE research by making explicit the policy-related connections between community-based conservation and resilience of socio-ecological systems, and by summarising the different national approaches towards community conservation in Bolivia, Brazil and Mexico. Taking climate change and related adaptation mechanisms as a focus, it makes a series of recommendations for the creation of successful climate change adaptation strategies through bottom-up, participatory conservation approaches.
 
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