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Evaluating co-management in the Sahtu: A framework for analysis

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2003

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Bateyko, Darwin, 2003, Evaluating co-management in the Sahtu: A framework for analysis: University of Calgary (Canada).

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In theory, co-management is defined as a partnership arrangement in which government, the community of local resource users, and other resource stakeholders, share the responsibility and authority for the management of a resource. In practice, however, co-management has been used to describe a number of resource management regimes, ranging from processes that utilize only community consultation, to partnerships that incorporate equal participant decision-making. Under Northern Canadian Land Claim Settlements, co-management commonly involves joint decision making and shared responsibility regarding resource planning and management. Although these resource management boards have the financial and legal backing of Land Claim Agreements, [...]

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