Based on the linkages between natural common pool resources and stakeholder theory, we aim at strengthening the theoretical understanding of dependent stakeholder engagement through empowerment in the context of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). In particular, we seek to demonstrate which empowerment areas and related actions towards fishermen at Torre Guaceto MPA (a European best practice of management) lead to superior levels of engagement and ultimately conduct to co-management and resilience of the common.

Effective stakeholder engagement for supporting co-management of common goods: the need for empowerment, lessons from Torre Guaceto MPA

chiara civera;damiano cortese;FIANDRINO, SIMONA;
2017-01-01

Abstract

Based on the linkages between natural common pool resources and stakeholder theory, we aim at strengthening the theoretical understanding of dependent stakeholder engagement through empowerment in the context of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). In particular, we seek to demonstrate which empowerment areas and related actions towards fishermen at Torre Guaceto MPA (a European best practice of management) lead to superior levels of engagement and ultimately conduct to co-management and resilience of the common.
IFKAD 2017 - Knowledge Management in the 21st Century: Resilience, Creativity and Co-creation
St. Petersburg
7-9 June 2017
Knowledge Management in the 21st Century: Resilience, Creativity and Co-creation
Institute of Knowledge Asset Management
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978-88-96687-10-9
Common Pool Resources; Stakeholder Empowerment; Stakeholder Engagement; Co-management; Sustainability
Chiara, Civera; Damiano, Cortese; Simona, Fiandrino; Freeman, R. E.
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