In the case of south africa, gerhard mare confirms that ethnicity and ethnic conflict appear to be a response to the uneven development in south africa, which caused ethnic groups (xhosas, zulus and even afrikaners) to mobilise to compete for resources along ethnic lines. While wildlife is a valuable natural resource with several beneficial values to the people of kenya and botswana, wild animals in both countries usually cause damage to society in terms of attacks on people and livestock, damage to crops and other property such as infrastructure, and disruption of peaceful existence in local communities living in close proximity to wildlife areas. Theme: discuss any aspect of dispute resolution or dispute prevention practice, theory or research related to environmental, energy, or natural resource conflicts or should critique or analyze the dispute resolution process used in a particular case submissions may advocate a position, educate the reader, or analyze one or more cases.
The studies deal with a number of strategies, methods and tools used in natural resource conflict management and resolution, including indigenous/local practices, legal systems and alternative conflict management approaches. Of conflict in natural resource management section 2 presents a methodology designed to contribute to the removal of conflict as an obstacle to sustainability. Participatory processes for natural resource management ortwin renn university of stuttgart, stuttgart, germany need for analytic-deliberative processes inviting the public to be part of the decision making process in natural resource management has been a major objective in european and american environmental policy arenas.
Abstract natural resource-related conflicts can be extremely destructive and undermine environmental protection since the 1990s co-management schemes, whereby the management of resources is shared by public and/or private sector stakeholders, have been a main strategy for reducing these conflicts worldwide. Empowering communities to manage natural resources: case studies from southern africa 7 preface background to the power relations study this report consists of a series of individual country papers prepared for a study on devolution, community. Esrm 400 natural resource conflict management (3) i&s/nw c ryan introduction to the causes, dynamics, and consequences of natural resource conflicts as well as the range of procedural interventions used to manage conflict specific cases of environmental conflict and alternative dispute resolution procedures are examined. Understanding 'resource' conﬂicts in papua new guinea glenn banks development studies, school of people, environment and planning, massey university.
Decision case study to be taken by an international committee that should set strategies for the resolution of the water conflict through the harmonious exploitation of the nile. Natural resource experts that want to design more conflict-sensitive programs sustainable development practitioners as well as private sector actors that need to understand how natural resources can be developed in fragile contexts with weak governance. This study tried to find a feasible method of role and management sharing of natural resources among natural resources users both upstream and downstream of a watershed the case study was upstream of three subwatersheds in central java indonesia, named samba, soka, and pusur watersheds.
The major causes of conflict in the study areas were identified by most key informants and focus group discussants as: territorial expansion, competition over scarce resources (pasture land and water points), livestock raids and counter raids triggered by prolonged drought, ethnic rivalries, and the revenge tradition. According to undp guidance on preventing natural resource conflict, the indonesian governments resource allocation strategy has reduced conflict risk levels in resource rich provinces, and has prevented violence in these areas from degenerating into full-blown wars (hailu et al, 2011, p 31. Divided into four main parts this book aims to share lessons and experiences and document cross-country learning in 11 countries from bridging research and extension to fostering multi-stakeholder partnership for research to impact into best practices for natural resource management in asian rice production. Vi natural resource conflict management case studies: an analysis of power, participation and protected areas research as mediation: linking participatory action research to environmental conflict management in east nusa tenggara, indonesia 207.
Concepts such as community based natural resources management (cbnrm) and local action 21, environmental roles of traditional leaders in relation to democratic institutions of local governance have not been adequately. Humphreys / natural resources, conflict, and conflict resolution 511 9 such arguments have been made for the cases of biafra in nigeria, katanga in congo, cabinda in. Case study author biographies acronyms and abbreviations overview by a peter castro and erik nielsen (download-172 kb): community-based natural resource conflict management: the case of watershed planning in metro cebu, the philippines. Successful case studies of shared transboundary resources for conflict management and principles of international law regarding utilization of shared resources have also been discussed the study utilized both primary and secondary data.