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Natural resource-dependent families and communities in transition publications list.

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Published by Oregon State University Extension Service in [Corvallis, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rural development -- Oregon -- Bibliography.,
  • Community development -- Oregon -- Bibliography.,
  • Resource-based communities -- Oregon -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNatural resource-dependent families & communities in transition publications list.
    SeriesEM -- 8487, rev. Nov. 1993., EM (Oregon State University. Extension Service) -- 8487.
    ContributionsOregon State University. Extension Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18011047M

    Peluso, N. L., C. R. Humphrey, and L. P. Fortmann. The rock, the beach and the tidal pool: people and poverty in natural resource-dependent areas. Society and Natural Resources 7(1) Discusses the unique properties of natural resource-dependent areas that create the potential for social poverty, including resource degradation. communities practices annals of tourism geographies tourism development oxford cities butler gis contemporary approaches modernity globalization shopping Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your.

    Koirala, Krishna H. & Mishra, Ashok K. & Mohanty, Samarendu, "The Role of Gender in Agricultural Productivity in the Philippines: The Average Treatment Effect," Annual Meeting, January February 3, , Atlanta, Georgia , Southern Agricultural Economics -Santamaria, Jorge & Useche, Pilar, "Women’s Participation in Agriculture and Gender . Underlying these works is the understanding that local resource-dependent communities may “organize and fight for preserving their means of livelihood in the name of social justice, defence of customary territorial rights, health, or sacredness”, a process which could “eventually allow them to renegotiate power distribution” (Veuthey Cited by: 9.

    This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This dissertation examines the way that resource-dependent communities in northwest British Columbia respond to environmental problems in the wake of industrial decline. Northwest communities face many challenges in revitalizing their economies, including significant declines in the health of their local resource base and the uncertain impacts of global climate change. Throughout most of the Author: Jordan Dennis Tesluk.


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Each community is in a unique historical, postcolonial, and ecological context, but there are a few shared challenges to natural resource dependent communities worldwide that contribute to the resource curse: a) competition on the global marketplace, b) poverty, c) decision-making power elsewhere, and d) portrayal as ‘backward’ or undeveloped.

GSSA-Publications - list of publications on - admin Equity and justice in climate change adaptation amongst natural-resource-dependent societies Global Environmental Change Part A 2.

Abstract: Issues of equity and justice are high on international agendas dealing with the impacts of global. A social and economic profile is a key element of a social assessment. A social and economic assessment or profile is used by line officers, planning staff social scientists, and others to inform.

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.

Learn more 1, Conway, Corcoran, Duncan, and Ketchum () developed Towns in Transition: Managing Change in Natural-Resource Dependent Communities as a video and study guide for community leaders for periods of crisis and transition.

The guide highlights actions a leader can take, especially. More generally, natural scientists focusing on biophysical resources neglected institutional linkages to processes of impoverishment. Yet it is precisely the institutions of resource management which must be addressed if targeted poverty reduction measures are to succeed in.

List of Contributors. Marlène Buchy is a senior lecturer in rural development, population and environmental studies at the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, The Netherlands. She has worked for many years in South and Southeast Asia on community-based natural resource management issues from a gender and social equity perspective.

If you want to cite the resource book in documents you write, please refer to it as Community-Based Environmental Protection: A Resource Book for Protecting Ecosystems and Communities,U.S. EPA (EPA B), Washington, DC. Gender and Natural Resource Management ES_GNRM_ 28/3/08 Page ii ES_GNRM_ 28/3/08 Page iii Gender and Natural Resource Management Livelihoods, Mobility and Interventions Edited by Bernadette P.

Resurreccion and Rebecca Elmhirst London • Sterling,VA ES_GNRM_ 28/3/08 Page iv. Humphrey, C.R. et al. “Theories in the Study of Natural Resource-Dependent Communities and Persistent Rural Poverty in the United States.” In Persistent Povery in Rural America, edited by the Rural Sociological Task Force on Persistent Rural Poverty.

Westview Press, Boulder. detriment of others, natural resource-dependent communities are often marginalized. Violence can These increases forced some of the poorest families to choose between food and water   On the last day of the United Nations climate summit in Bonn, Germany, we get a wrap-up on negotiations.

This year is the first COP since President Trump vowed to pull the United States out of the landmark Paris climate deal, a process which takes four years. At this year’s COP, a new coalition of 19 countries has committed to working toward phasing out coal, although many of these.

Natural resources, innovation and development In this Globelics Thematic Review, the author team presents and discusses recent research on the relationships between natural resources1, innovation.

IDS Policy Briefing Despite unprecedented wealth accumulation, coastal Mumbai suffers from a myriad of socioeconomic and ecological challenges as well as connected uncertainties.

These include endemic flooding, shrinking of sensitive ecosystems, inequality, and marginalisation of natural resource-dependent communities, such as fishers. 1. Introduction. A feature of the Second International Decade of the World’s Indigenous People ( to ) has been the promotion by human-rights agencies of Indigenous (“Indigenous” is the term used in this paper to describe Inuit, Aboriginal, First Nation and other First Peoples, except when referring to a specific group, in which case the term preferred by that group is used Cited by: rural, coastal, often natural resource-dependent communities.

Wendy Walters, Services – Aged Care, Gerontology, RN, Warracknabeal Campus Manager – Aged Care, Rural Northwest Health Wendy is a passionate and innovative manager and advocate for excellent resident care. A public health service funded by the State and CommonwealthFile Size: 2MB. Natural resources such as land, water, timber, minerals, metals and oil are vitally important sources of livelihoods, income and influence for countries and communities around the globe.

When natural resources are poorly managed or inequitably shared, however, or when business operations are implemented without due consideration forFile Size: 7MB. resource dependent coastal communities and to understand the impacts of the "growth machine." The classification, Natural Resource Manufacturing and Administration (NR-MAN) coastal community, in which the economic base revolves around the exploitation of water-based natural resources is an apt description of the category of coastal.

INTEGRATING APPLIED RESEARCH / LINKING KNOWLEDGE TO ACTION / BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS SUGGESTED CITATION The Water Institute of. It identifies and reviews existing social protection policies, schemes and instruments with regard to their potential role in supporting the transition to sustainable natural resource management in fisheries, including the identification of universal and targeted social protection schemes and instruments that fisheries-dependent communities.

This chapter examines the growth collapse in Ghana. The country’s development trajectory followed that of staple strap model of resource-abundant countries. The model predicts that in the absence of either a developmental autonomous benevolent state or a consensual democracy, a resource-dependent country will drift towards an inward looking trade policy and dependence on a weakening primary.There is substantial evidence that the 21st century will witness dramatic shifts in the nature of energy resource production and consumption, both globally and in the United States.

Within just the past year the Obama administration has allocated billions of dollars to support research on alternative energy in the U.S.

While there is some evidence that Americans are generally supportive of.Hit hard by the national decline in natural-resource and manufacturing jobs, North Country communities in northern New Hampshire and bordering areas of Maine and Vermont (Figure 1) continue to face challenges in restructuring their economies.

1 A study classified Coös County, New Hampshire, and Oxford County, Maine, as “amenity/decline” regions, a common pattern in rural America.