Co-management and the creation of national parks in Indonesia: positive lessons learned from the Togean Islands National Park
This study considers the establishment of parks and protected areas in relation to local governance in Indonesia through the example of the Togean Islands National Park in Central Sulawesi. Effective management of the park requires collaborative processes that engage local resource
users. Co-management provides an important model for sustainable governance, but creating a co-management system is complicated and time consuming. The authors examine the initial stages of planning and establishing the park and outline four successful social developments within these processes
that can aid in the creation of a co-management system.
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Document Type: Research Article
Postgraduate Program in Conservation Biology, University of Indonesia, Kampus Depok, 16421, Indonesia
Department of Anthropology, Box 353100, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 98195, USA
Postgraduate Program of Anthropology, University of Indonesia,
Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Publication date: August 3, 2014
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