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Record #149603:

Organisational barriers to fisheries co-management - lessons from St Lucia and Norway? / Håkan T. Sandersen.

Title: Organisational barriers to fisheries co-management - lessons from St Lucia and Norway? / Håkan T. Sandersen.
Author(s): Sandersen, Håkan T.
Date: 1998.
Publisher: Paris: UNESCO Publishing / Parthenon Publishing Group
In: Commons in a cold climate. Coastal fisheries and reindeer pastoralism in North Norway : the co-management approach. (1998.), Vol. 17
Abstract: Co-management ensures that power to perform certain functions is vested in resource users. It may reinstate or continue old management forms, or design new ones. St Lucia faces degradation of fish stock. Technology is simple; there are 1500 fishermen and 500 beach-landing vessels. Quotas, closed areas and closed seasons are being introduced. Co-management is not very likely, because of paternalist tradition. Norway has been regulating since collapse of herring stock in 1960s. Purpose was protective, both of fish and of fleet survival in face of profit-seeking outsiders. Decision-making is centralised, but Fishermen's Union takes part. Fjord fisheries with passive gear were threatened in 1950s by outsiders trawling or purse-seining, so county regulatory systems were set up, dominated by harvest sector. In St Lucia, cooperatives have not worked well. In Norway Union has represented both territorial and functional groups. Coastal fishermen broke away, but have lost power since resources improved in 1990s.
Notes:

In: Commons in a cold climate. Coastal fisheries and reindeer pastoralism in North Norway : the co-management approach. Vol. 17 / S. Jentoft, ed.

Keywords: 639.2 -- Fisheries.
639.2.055 -- Fisheries restrictions and control.
639.22 -- Fisheries, salt-water.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 149603

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