Book Chapter
IPBES AP Assessment Chapter 6
Topics: Region/Country: Language:
English

Options for Governance and Decision-Making across Scales and Sectors

In Chapters of the regional and subregional assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services for Asia and the Pacific 6 Series:
Author: 
Lilibeth
ACOSTA
Amjad
VIRK
Ritesh
KUMAR
Shyam
SHARMA
Tohru
IKEDA
Ganesh
RAJ JOSHI
Md Saiful
KARIM
Koichi
KURIYAMA
Mitsutaku
MAKINO
Kimiko
OKABE
Nicolas
PASCAL
Zara
PHANG
Noraini
MOHD. TAMIN
Contributor: 
Anne-Gaëlle
AUSSEIL
Mohamed
MUSTAFA ELTAYEB
Elena
EUGENIO
Sonali
GHOSH
Malvika
ONIAL
Tianbao
QIN
Shantini
GUNA RAJAN
Jérôme
SPAGGIARI
Ravishankar
THUPALLI
Simon
WILSON
2018-03

The Asia-Pacific Regional Assessment is a collective effort among more than 120 researchers, scientists, academics and ILK holders from 27 countries from within and outside the region. Collectively the author team represents several IPBES member governments, non-governmental organizations, academic institutions and private sector companies. The Chapter constitute the last chapter of the Assessment, which uses the scenarios outlined in Chapter 5 to identify existing challenges, opportunities and pitfalls for decision makers for the conservation and sustainable use of NCP at the subregional scale. Key foci include institutions, organizations, property rights, legal framework, enabling environment, multi-stakeholder governance approaches, public-private partnerships, and participatory and community-based processes. The chaper provides feasible and practical options for good ecosystem governance, across these multiple domains.

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429-535
ISBN/ISSN:
978-3-947851-07-2