Learning in sustainable natural resource management: challenges and opportunities in the Pacific
The importance of learning in natural resource management (NRM) is being recognized by an increasing number of scholars and practitioners. A learning approach to NRM applies principles and theories of adult, organizational and social learning, and is underpinned by three core elements – systems thinking, negotiation and reflection. By combining learning theories with concepts from adaptive management, co-management, and participatory resource management, this article explores how the explicit...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||Society and Natural Resources 19.6 (2006): 497–513|
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