8 edition of State, Natural Resource Conflicts and Challenges to Governance found in the catalog.
State, Natural Resource Conflicts and Challenges to Governance
N. C. Narayanan
September 1, 2007 by Academic Foundation .
Written in English
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Get this from a library! International law and governance of natural resources in conflict and post-conflict situations. [Daniëlla Dam-de Jong] -- "Natural resource wealth is conducive to a country's development. Nevertheless, the last few decades have shown a harsher reality, where natural resources have also triggered, financed or fuelled a. Summary In the past two decades the relationship between natural resources and conflict risk has re-emerged as a key issue in international security. The current debate about the linkage between natural resources and the onset, duration and termination of conflicts around the globe focuses on three distinct perspectives: economic theories of violence; environmental factors, especially linked.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. State, governance and natural resource conflicts Governance of natural resources in India: property rights, legal pluralism State other issues State, modernisation and conflict in fisheries: revisting the fishworkers' movement in Kerala Water control structures and conflicts in Lake.
Governance in current debates demands pluralism of actors in the societal spheres of state, civil society and business. There is an inherent assumption of harmony among these spheres, which appears to optimize complimentary outcomes in 'good governance'.
In the real world, however, conflict is the norm rather than the exception. Conflicts over the access and control of natural resources have Cited by: 1. Governance, corruption, and conflict Un i t e d St a t e S in S t Natural Resource Conflicts and Challenges to Governance book t U t e o f Pe a c e Washington, D.C.
Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, In other corrupt, crime-ridden states, rich natural resources and State locations serve as a protection from scrutiny or action. Global cartels also support crime and. Book Description. Bringing together some of the world’s leading thinkers and policy experts in the area of natural resource governance and management in Africa, this volume addresses the most critical policy issues affecting the continent’s ability to manage and govern its precious resources.
NATURAL RESOURCE GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA | 5 AbstrAct While natural resources governance is not a new State in the region of Eastern and Southern Africa 2, the NRGF seeks to heighten its applicability by providing a guide for assess-ing and strengthening natural resources governance State.
Natural resource governance policies in India are ridden with challenges like: corruption, nepotism, ambiguous policies, lack of proper policy implementation and unequal resource distribution. State To overcome those challenges, people Natural Resource Conflicts and Challenges to Governance book in developing policies for environment need broader awareness of diverse and multidimensional values.
Challenges of water governance in Southeast Asia and issues of social insecurity and legal complexity are discussed, which are of crucial importance and interlinked with property rights, economic growth, and sustainable use of natural resources. Moreover, the effect of conservation and livelihood policies on community land use and management Cited by: 1.
Natural Resource Participation, Collaboration, and Partnerships Citizens working together can foster practical and political support for natural resource management, reduce the propensity for conflict over resource uses, and in some cases result in better environmental Cited by: 1.
Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding is part of a global initiative to identify and analyze lessons in post-conflict peacebuilding and natural resource management. The project has generated six books of case studies and analyses, Natural Resource Conflicts and Challenges to Governance book contributions from practitioners, policy makers, and researchers.
The Nature of Resource Based Conflicts and Political Instability in Africa It is axiomatic to argue that African conflicts are resource – oriented. To have few resources at the disposal of a colossal number of people is to direct the emergence of poverty, just as Ghandi of India put it.
File Size: KB. Natural resource governance refers to “the norms, institutions and processes that determine how power and responsibilities over natural resources are exercised, how decisions are taken and how citizens – men, women, indigenous people and local communities – participate in and benefit from the management of natural resources.
Environmental governance is a concept in political ecology and environmental policy that advocates sustainability (sustainable development) as the supreme State for managing all human activities—political, social and economic.
Governance includes government, business and civil society, and emphasizes whole system capture this diverse range of elements, environmental. Natural resources are identified as a significant variable explaining intrastate conflict since the end of Natural Resource Conflicts and Challenges to Governance book Cold War.
There are sound reasons for this to be the case, as social scientists struggle to make sense of conflicts in the post-Cold War era. As climatic disruptions and climate change are predicted to create extreme conditions and adversely affect natural resources accessibility, we Author: Margarita V.
Alario, Leda Nath, Steve Carlton-Ford. resource-related issues in conflict-affected areas. Many of the existing theories rely on normative assumptions and lack empirical support. Three areas are highlighted as demanding further research: hybrid resource governance, rebel resource governance, and the position and strategies of conflict-affected populations.
Introduction. Governance of Natural Resources: Uncovering the Social Purpose of Materials in Nature. The book Governance of Natural Resources: Uncovering the Social Purpose of Materials in Nature was published by United Nations University Press in August It is based on the outcome of a completed research project entitled “Conflicts and Cooperation in.
History. The Natural Resource Governance Institute was established through the merger of the Revenue Watch Institute and the Natural Resource Charter in Originally based in New York, NRGI has opened offices in London, Accra, Lima, Washington, D.C., Jakarta and Dar Es Salaam.
This partly reflects its focus on Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Guinea, Indonesia, Mexico Abbreviation: NRGI. Registration is now open. Course summary Natural Resources for Sustainable Development: The Fundamentals of Oil, Gas, and Mining Governance, a joint course by the Natural Resource Governance Institute, the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, and the World Bank, gives students an understanding of the key challenges and opportunities that come with managing extractive industry.
Suneeta served as the chair of the global council of Publish What You Pay, a civil society movement of more than organizations working to improve natural resource governance. She is also a founding board member of Roots of Health, a local NGO focused on improving the health of women and girls, and their communities, in Puerto Princesa.
examines m ajor challenges to natur al resource m anagement as wel l as policy opti ons. Key Words Natural resources, policy instruments, p roperty ri ghts, environmental regulations, tradable qu. Community Participation in Natural Resource Management in Madurai District-TN INDIA.
Abstract-This paper basically deals with the dynamics of natural resource management in Madurai District. According to Singh and Singh () Natural Resource Management is usually a group action programme involving the entire population of the Size: KB.
“Our mandate as an institution is to support the generation of evidence-based knowledge in natural resource management in Africa to inform the formulation and the implementation of strategic governance frameworks, and this book provides key recommendations that could help in resolving conflicts between stakeholders in the extractive.
State, Natural Resource Conflicts and Challenges to Governance. New Delhi: Academic Foundation. N C Narayanan, Sustainability in Dutch Agriculture In Barthelemy Honfoga, Marian Perez, Nozizwe Esther Chinkanda, Chhewang Rinzin and nan The TINA and Milk: Southern Perspectives on Sustainability in the Netherlands.
The way society controls natural resources is the foundation of both economic development and environmental conservation. The primary motive for natural Author: Jin Sato. Natural resource wealth is conducive to a country's development.
Nevertheless, the last few decades have shown a harsher reality, where natural resources have also triggered, financed or fuelled a number of internal armed by: 7. Good Governance and Natural Resources Tenure in the Caribbean 3 1 Background and Coverage of the Report This report is a regional background paper on the status, trends and regional champions of good governance in general and specifically in the field of governance of land and land resource tenure.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. of natural resources ties a state and its people to conflict or that the majority of conflicts in the Pacific are focused on large-scale natural resource extraction projects.
The high-profile governance challenges confronting the region, and must be given due attention byAuthor: Graham Hassall. Natural Resources and Conflict. About this project Mediating Natural Resource Conflicts is a collaborative research project undertaken by the Policy and Mediation Division of the United Nations Department of Political Affairs (DPA/PMD) and the Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding initiative of the United.
It suggests that, despite reducing the likelihood that resource revenues will fuel conflict, a decade of natural-resource governance has made peacebuilding more challenging. Rather than foster cooperation and trust, governance interventions leave unaddressed historical sources of tension and create new sources of instability.
Governance, Natural Resources, and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding is the sixth and final book in a six-volume series published by Routledge addressing the challenges and opportunities of managing natural resources for post-conflict peace building around the world.
conflicts have kil and displa Moreover, these types of conflicts are likely to continue until those natural resources with income-generating potential, such as timber, are better managed naTural resource managemenT and governance challenges The twin challenges of governance for the DRC are toCited by: The chapter reviews how these interpretations influenced how peacebuilders came to understand the ways in which natural resources can help build peace and shaped interventions to reform resource governance after armed conflicts : Michael D.
Beevers. Conflicts over and exploitation of these resources – whether it is water, fish, wood fuel, minerals, or land – severely affect their livelihoods. The contributors to this volume leave behind the polarised debate, previously surrounding the relationship between natural resources and conflict, preferring a more nuanced approach that allows.
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The Niger Delta Region has in the past two decades experienced protracted violent conflicts. At the roots of these violent conflicts are the genuine quests of the people for sustainable development that is based on social justice, equity, fairness and environmental by: 7.
Addressing Natural Resource Conflicts: Working Towards More Effective Resolution of National and Sub-National Resource Disputes 19 June The international community should approach intervention in national and sub-national resource disputes with caution, and its primary role should be to support the ability of countries to resolve their own Author: Oli Brown, Michael Keating.
(‘the Framework’) of “key elements that need to be in place for effective and equitable natural resource governance – emphasizing rights-based approaches, equity and social justice.
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NATURAL RESOURCE GOVERNANCE Primary Materials Natural Resource Charter 2nd edition, Natural Resource Governance Initiative, J • Summary: The Natural Resource Charter is a set of principles for governments and societies on how to best harness the opportunities created by extractive resources for Size: KB.
natural resource concessions, in managing conflicts between resource users and in ensuring that revenues generated by major natural resource projects are converted into sustainable development in the communities where those resources are located. This report recommends that donors need to develop specific programmes focused onFile Size: KB.
6. Managing Pdf Resources for Development in East Africa Land rights issues and the link to oil and natural gas exploration.
First, we examine how landFile Size: 1MB.conflicts, governance, suggestive remedial actions, were the focal point around which most part of the workshop revolved. This essay uncovers crucial points that were discussed at the workshop. It is a representation of ideas, observation and analysis of authors on the natural resource governance.
These are ebook under conditions of political ebook and criminalisation of those who speak up. While all three countries have recognised land conflicts and their impact on development plans and proposals, they are yet to give affected people a formal and effective role in land and natural resource governance.
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