Adaptive co-management – Armitage et al 2009

At some stage during your travels through the world of environmental management, you will come across the term ‘adaptive co-management’

Environmental management often requires incorporating and balancing different peoples’ values into management decisions. Successful outcomes, therefore, require the input of different people and groups from all walks of life (for example, businesses, community groups, government, iwi, and scientists) into decision making processes. This typically occurs in meeting and workshop settings, during which people can voice their opinions on the issues. Essentially, adaptive co-management is a style of governing that requires the collaborative input of government, iwi, and stakeholders to iteratively make decisions for management outcomes.

 

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