Author: CCRN

I decided to return to university to study toward a masters and PhD degree so that I could research, teach and contribute more to managing the on-the-ground social-ecological wicked problems we are facing...

Aibek Samakov's thesis took a closer look at the two different management practices observed in the Ysyk-Köl area of Kyrgyzstan – sacred sites and the Biosphere Reserve...

** NEW ** As a way to deal with the many pressures on local natural resources, the Bluefields Community Development Committee is seeking to support the transition of Bluefield’s economy from resource based to service and hospitality based...

This technical guide offers a practical, step-by-step guidance on ecosystem services assessment and analysis. ...

Sustainable Management of the Quintana Roo Spiny Lobster Fishery: Multi-stakeholder meeting shared and evaluated results on the status of the spiny lobster fishery and helped designed a fishery improvement program for 2017....

Fishers in Punta Allen, Mexico, alternate their livelihood between the commercial lobster fishery and offering guide services for fly fishing. Recreational fishing in now the second most important activity for the local economy. ...

The Maya people engage in conservation activities that help to maintain the services that the local environment provides....

The growth of aquaculture and the opening of a new sea mouth has resulted in environmental and social consequences for the Chilika Lagoon. To address these changes lagoon fishers have come together in protest....

Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations have been forced to utilize legal actions to protect their resources and have their Aboriginal rights recognized....

The Kesho Trust has a long term commitment to the Saadani area and is involved in a variety of initiatives, including a project called Promoting Environmental Conservation and Cooperation...

Fisheries staff have been carrying out Chinook salmon assessments on the Burman River to investigate the effect of fall flood timing on how long the fish survive in freshwater....

Since the CCRN’s focus is on interactions of environmental conservation and sustainable livelihoods, it is not surprising that the network pays a great deal of attention to the increasing use of protected areas, and their impacts on stewardship and livelihoods....