Presentations

2015

Abraham, J. 2015. Modeling Environmental Stewardship at a global level: A macro-analysis based on the World Values Survey. CCRN Special Session – At the Crossroads: Community based Responses to Coastal Challenges. MARE 2015 “People and the Sea” Conference VIII, Amsterdam, June 24-26, 2015.

Arce-Ibarra, A.M. 2015. Exploring the meaning of ‘Conservation’ in Mexico’s Lowland Maya Commons. CCRN Special Sessions – Conservation Governance and Place-based Communities: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens – 1. International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) 2015 Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, May 25-29, 2015.

Berdej, S. Bridging communities into conservation: an Indonesia case study. CCRN Special Sessions – Conservation Governance and Place-based Communities: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens – 2. International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) 2015 Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, May 25-29, 2015.

Mbatha, P., Sowman, M. and R. Wynberg. 2015. Influence of plural governance systems on coastal livelihood strategies: The case of Kosi Bay, South Africa. CCRN Special Session – New Horizons: Coastal Communities and Social Ecological resilience. MARE 2015 “People and the Sea” Conference VIII, Amsterdam, June 24-26, 2015.

Nayak, P., and D. Armitage. 2015 Community-Based responses to social-ecological regime shifts. CCRN Special Session – New Horizons: Coastal Communities and Social Ecological resilience. MARE 2015 “People and the Sea” Conference VIII, Amsterdam, June 24-26, 2015.

Salas, S., Guevara-Cruz, C., and J. Fraga. 2015 Cooperation or competition? Understanding the context and incentives driven small-scale fisher in a local community of Yucatan, Mexico. CCRN Special Session – New Horizons: Coastal Communities and Social Ecological resilience. MARE 2015 “People and the Sea” Conference VIII, Amsterdam, June 24-26, 2015

Samakov, A. Spiritual commons: sacred sites as core of community conserved areas in Kyrgyzstan. CCRN Special Sessions – Conservation Governance and Place-based Communities: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens – 1. International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) 2015 Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, May 25-29, 2015.

Seixas, C. 2015. Who should care for nature? Perceptions of Caicara Communties and protected are managers/staff in Paraty, Brazil. CCRN Special Sessions – Conservation Governance and Place-based Communities: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens – 2. International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) 2015 Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, May 25-29, 2015.

Satria, A. 2015. Property Right System of Sea Weed culture in Marine Conservation Area. MARE Conference, Amsterdam.

Zachariah, A. 2015. Motivations for Community-Based Conservation: A case from Odisha, India. CCRN Special Sessions – Conservation Governance and Place-based Communities: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens – 1. International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC) 2015 Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, May 25-29, 2015.

2014

Arce-Ibarra, A.M. 2014. First Bi-National Workshop on Biological Connectivity in Chetumal Bay and adjacent Marine and Terrestrial Watersheds. Chetumal, México, 15 January.

Agyare, A., G. Murray, R. Rollins and P. Dearden. 2014. Conservation in Context: Variability in Desired and Perceived Outcomes of Community Based Natural Resources Governance in Ghana. World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Agyare, A., G. Murray, R. Rollins and P. Dearden. 2014. Examining the Effectiveness of Community Resource Management Areas in Ghana: Converging and Diverging Experiences of Participating Communities. World Parks, Congress, November, Sydney.

Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2014. An approach to understanding social-ecological change and transformation through community perceptions of system identity in the Cau Hai lagoon, Vietnam, 2nd World Small-scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico.

Andrachuk, M. and Armitage, D. 2014. Investigating an emerging network for small-scale fishery governance in the Cau Hai lagoon, Vietnam. Resilience 2014: Mobilizing for Transformation, Montpellier, France.

Araos, F., Seixas, C., Fraga, J., Glikman, K. 2014. ‘Pre’, step-zero and beyond: local paths in marine conservation in Latin America. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Mérida, México, September.

Arce-Ibarra, A.M. and Infante Ramírez, K.D. 2014. Non-monetary valuation of landscapes in the Maya Zone of Quintana Roo, México. EcoEco Alternatives Congress 2014. Mesoamerican Society on Ecological Economics, San José, Costa Rica.

Armitage, D. 2014. Governance and community conservation and the implications for small-scale fisheries. Invited keynote talk, 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico.

Armitage, D. 2014. Investigating an emerging network for small-scale fishery governance in the Cau Hai lagoon, Vietnam. Resilience 2014. Montpellier France.

Armitage, D. and Brown, S. 2014. Sense of place and adaptive capacity: How are fishing communities in Nova Scotia dealing with the impacts of global change? 2nd World Small-scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico.

Armitage, D. 2014. Governance for climate change adaptation in coastal settings Invited presentation to CARIBSAVE and CDKN Research Partners Workshop, Kingston, Jamaica, July 23-24.

Bennett, N. A. Kadfak and P. Dearden. 2014. The Future of Local Conservation: Increasing Social Adaptive Capacity and Ecological Resilience through Community-Based Scenario Planning. World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Berdej, S. 2014. Bridging Organizations and Multilevel Governance for Marine Conservation and Coastal Communities in Indonesia. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress. Merida, Mexico.

Berkes, F. 2014. Final workshop, Community-based resource management and food security in coastal Brazil, funded by IDRC/Canada, and coordinated by A. Begossi (UNICAMP). April 8th. (participants included C.S. Seixas, L.G. Araujo, N. Bahia, E. Bockstael, M. Leite).

Berkes, F. 2014. Community conservation: the reality of multiple objectives and the promise of social enterprises. CCRN Special Session, 2.3: Small-scale fishing communities and ecosystem stewardship: achievements and ongoing efforts. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico, 21-26 September, 2014.

Charles, A. 2014. Coastal Communities, Conservation and Livelihoods. International Marine Conservation Congress. Glasgow, Scotland.

Charles, A. 2014. Coasts, Communities and Conservation: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens. Resilience. Montpellier, France.

Charles, A. 2014. Communities, Conservation, Livelihoods and Resilience: The Community Conservation research Network. CCRN Special Session – Coasts, Communities and Conservation: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens. Resilience. Montpellier, France.

Charles, A. 2014. Marine Conservation Benefits of the FAO’s Guidelines on Small-Scale Fisheries. International Marine Conservation Congress. Glasgow, Scotland.

Charles, A. 2014. The Community Conservation Research Network: The Big Picture of Coastal Human Dimensions Research in Atlantic Canada. Public Session: Emerging Swells: How Research Makes a Difference for People and the Environment on Canada’s Atlantic Coast. 2014 Coastal Zone Canada Conference. Halifax, N.S.

Charles, A. 2014. CCRN Special Session – Enduring Legacies: Indigenous Communities and the Future of Canada’s Coasts. 2014 Coastal Zone Canada Conference. Halifax, N.S.

Charles, A. 2014. CCRN Special Session – On Common Ground: The Role of Communities in Conservation and Stewardship. 2014 Coastal Zone Canada Conference. Halifax, N.S.

Charles, A. 2014. The FAO’s Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries. 2014 Coastal Zone Canada Conference. Halifax, N.S.

Charles, A. 2014. Overview of CCRN and the application of its pioneering social-ecological systems lens to the study of how low-level environmental stewardship links with sustainable community livelihoods. CCRN Special Session, 2.3: Small-scale fishing communities and ecosystem stewardship: achievements and ongoing efforts. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico, 21-26 September, 2014.

Dearden, P., and N. Bennett. 2014. Measuring Outcomes to Providing Inputs: Governance, Management, and Local Development for Effective Marine Protected Areas. International Marine Conservation Congress, Glasgow.

Dearden, P., N. Bennett, P. Manopawitr and S. Augustine. 2014. Enhancing MPA network, coastal community and incentive-based conservation livelihood resilience to climate change in Thailand. World Parks Congress, Sydney.

Dearden, P. 2014. Marine Protected Areas: Anchors for Ocean Sustainability, Platforms for Community Development. Opening Keynote Address, World Ecotourism Conference, Cebu, Philippines.

Dias, A.C.E. 2014. Development of a participatory monitoring program of small-scale fisheries in a Southern Brazilian Coastal Community (Tarituba, in Paraty, Rio de Janeiro State). CCRN Special Session, 2.3: Small-scale fishing communities and ecosystem stewardship: achievements and ongoing efforts. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico, 21-26 September, 2014.

Downie, B., L. King and P. Dearden. 2014. Conservation Influences on Livelihood Decision-making: A Case Study from Saadani National Park, Tanzania. World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Emphandhu, D. 2014. Presentation at 11th International KU-Kampangsan Conference. Kampangsan Campus, Kasetsart University, Nakorn Prathom, Thailand.

Emphandhu, D. 2014. Lesson Learned from Thailand: Ecotourism Linked with Forest Restoration, Mae Yao subwatershed, Mekong Basin 18-21 March, at Wiang Inn Hotel, Chiangrai Province, Thailand.

Emphandhu, D. 2014. AFoCo International Thematic Workshop on Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES): Good Practices of PES in AFoCo region: Thailand, 14-16 October.

Emphandhu, D. 2014. Community workshop on the Adaptation and Alleviation of impact from climate change at Khao Kanab Nam-Koh Klang community in Klong Presong sub-district, Krabi

Farinaci, J.S., Seixas, C.S. and Pereira, L. 2014. Response to disaster and reorganization in social-ecological systems: the 2010 flood in São Luiz do Paraitinga (Brazil) from a resilience perspective. Resilience 2014, Montpellier, France.

Freitas, R.R., Seixas, C.S. 2014. Socio-ecological changes in artisanal fishery of two communities adjacent to a Brazilian marine reserve. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Mérida. Proceedings p.16–21.

Headley, M. 2014. Factors influencing the harvest strategies in the Punta Allen spiny lobster fishery and management implications. CCRN Special Session, 2.3: Small-scale fishing communities and ecosystem stewardship: achievements and ongoing efforts. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico, 21-26 September, 2014.

Khan. A., Armitage, D. and A. Charles. 2014. How resilient and adaptive are our coastal communities? A comparative assessment of governance strategies for scaling up. Coastal Zone Canada conference, Halifax Nova Scotia.

Nayak, P. 2014. Linking Regime Shifts and Environmental Governance for Social-Ecological Resilience in Coastal Lagoon Systems. CCRN Special Session – Coasts, Communities and Conservation: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens. Resilience, Montpellier, France.

Nayak, P. 2014. Lagoon systems as learning platforms for living with dynamic social and environmental change. CCRN Special Session – Coasts, Communities and Conservation: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens. Resilience, Montpellier, France.

Nayak, Prateep, Mark Andrachuk, Sajida Awan and Ashok Selvera. 2014. Living with environmental change: An analysis of social-ecological adaptations in lagoon-based small-scale fishery systems across the world. 2nd World Small-scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico.

Prado, D. S. and Seixas, C. S. 2014. Livelihoods Diversification in Fishing Communities: Lessons and Experiences from a Coastal Village in Brazil. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Mérida, México.

Rollins, R., E. Aquah and P. Dearden. 2014. Concerns and benefits of park adjacent communities at Mole National Park, Ghana. World Parks Congress, November, Sydney.

Rollins, R., G. Murray, P. Dearden, A. B. Stahl and E. Acquah. 2014. Challenges with Nature-Based Tourism in Mole National Park, Ghana. 14th Canadian Congress on Leisure Research. May 21-23.

Seixas, C. 2014. Overview of the achievements of the TransForMar network efforts over the past five years, highlighting lessons learnt from over 15 case studies and the perspectives for community stewardship over coastal resources in Brazil. CCRN Special Session, 2.3: Small-scale fishing communities and ecosystem stewardship: achievements and ongoing efforts. 2nd World Small-Scale Fisheries Congress, Merida, Mexico, 21-26 September, 2014.

Seixas, C.S., Bahia, N.C.F., Garuana, L. 2014. Environmental change, traditional ecological knowledge and adaptive capacity of Caicara fishers in coastal Brazil. CCRN Special Session – Coasts, Communities and Conservation: Applying a Social-Ecological Systems Lens. Resilience 2014, Montpellier, France.

2013

Alexander, S. and D. Armitage. 2013. A Social-Relational Network Perspective for Marine Protected Area Science International Conference on Conservation Biology, Baltimore, Maryland, July 19th.

Andrachuk, M., Armitage, D. and F. Berkes. 2013. Critical reflections on social-ecological transformations and a proposed framework for assessment, Transformation in a Changing Climate, Oslo, Norway, June 19th.

Araos, F. 2013. Local trajectories of marine conservation in Chile: from social problem to public environmental arenas. International TBTI Workshop Enhancing Stewardship in Small Scale Fisheries through Ecosystem Approaches and others means. Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba, Brasil.

Araujo, L.G.; Seixas, C. S. 2013. Fishers Participation in Coastal Fisheries Co-management: The Case of the Community of Trindade, in Southeastern Coast of Brazil. In: 65th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Conference, Santa Marta. Proceedings of the 65th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, GCFI 65: 1-7

Arce-Ibarra, A.M. and A. Charles. 2013. Livelihoods and income diversity of the Maya Commons. CCRN Special Session – Community Conservation Research: Exploring Meaning, Motivation Governance, and Outcomes through a Social-Ecological Systems Lens 2: Case Studies in the Developing World. The 14th Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC). Mt. Fuji, Japan, 2-8 June.

Armitage, D. 2013. Resilience Thinking and the Implications for Conservation Policy and Practice A.D. Latornell Conservation Symposium, November 20th.

Bahia, N.C.F., Seixas, C.S., Araujo, L.G., Farinaci, J. S., Chamy, P. 2013. Implementation of a National Park over traditional lands of the Trindade community in Paraty, Brazil. In: Protected Areas and Place Making Conference, 2013, Foz do Iguaçú, PR. Protected Areas and Place Making Conference – Proceedings.

Bennett, N. and Dearden, P. 2013. Combining governance, management, and local development: Increasing the likelihood of MPA success through re-focusing on inputs. Poster at International Marine Protected Area Congress 3, Marseille, France, October 22-26.

Bennett N. and P. Dearden. 2013. The Impacts of Marine Protected Areas on Communities: Quantitative Perceptions-Based Studies (Do and Do Not) Tell Us about Marine National Park Initiatives. Annual Meeting of Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria, May.

Bennett, N., Dearden, P and Chan, K. 2013. Complexity and possibility: The challenges posed to successful marine conservation by multiple interacting social, economic, and biophysical stressors. International Marine Protected Area Congress 3, Marseille, France, October 22-26.

Berkes, F. 2013. Are Small-scale Fishing Livelihoods Compatible with Environmental Security and Stewardship? CCRN Special Session – Community Conservation Research: Exploring Meaning, Motivation Governance, and Outcomes through a Social-Ecological Systems Lens 1: Comparative Analysis. The 14th Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC). Mt. Fuji, Japan, 2-8 June.

Charles, A. 2013. Live Long and Prosper: Community, Economy and Conservation, Keynote Lecture, Creative Community Business Conference. Cape Breton University. Sydney, Nova Scotia.

Charles, A. 2013. Community Conservation Research Network. Species at Risk Workshop. Millbrook First Nation. Truro, N.S.

Charles, A. 2013. Win-Win Directions for Fishing and Biodiversity: Economics, Markets and Governance, Seventh Trondheim Conference on Biodiversity “Ecology and Economy for a Sustainable Society”. Trondheim, Norway.

Charles, A. 2013. Community Conservation Research: Exploring Meaning, Motivation, Governance and Outcomes through a Social-Ecological Systems Lens. Double Panel Session. 14th Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons. Mt. Fuji, Japan.

Charles. A. 2013. Climate Change, Fisheries and Coastal Communities: Exploring the Human Dimensions, Keynote Lecture, Climate Variability and Change on Marine Resource and Fisheries in the South Pacific. SPICES International Symposium. Concepcion, Chile.

Dearden P and Bennett, N. 2013. Community perspectives on the impacts of climate change in coastal communities in western Thailand. International Marine Symposium, Plymouth UK April 8-12.

Dearden P and P. Manopawitr. 2013. Building ecosystem resilience through transboundary spatial planning to improve coral reef conservation in the Andaman Sea. International Marine Symposium, Plymouth UK April 8-12.

Dearden, P and L. Laws. 2013. Landscape Level Ecosystem-Based Management Governance Assessment Framework and its Application to the Muskwa-Kechika Management Area, British Columbia, Canada. World Wilderness Congress, Salamanca, Spain, October.

Dearden, P. 2013. Using MPAs as Fisheries Management Tools: Can it Work? FAO organised session at International Marine Protected Area Congress 3, Marseille, France, October 22-26. Panel member.

Dias, A.C.E. and Seixas, C.S. 2013 Mobilizando conhecimento sobre conservação da natureza e desenvolvimento sustentável em Unidades de Conservação de Paraty, RJ. I Encontro de Pesquisa do Parque Nacional da Serra da Bocaina, June, 2013. Paraty, Brasil; e XXI Congresso de Iniciação Científica da Unicamp.

Freitas, R. R., and Seixas, C.S. 2013. Sustainable territorial development in a marine reserve in coastal Brazil: is it feasible? In: Protected Areas and Place Making: How do we provide conservation, landscape management, tourism, human health and regional development? 2013 Protected Areas and Place Making Conference. Foz do Iguaçú 2013. p. 53-58.

Gerhardinger, L.C., Seixas, C.S., Castro, F. 2013. Governability of Coastal-Marine Protected Areas: An Analysis of the Southern-Right Whale Environmental Protection Area – Brazil. 2013. In Congresso Internacional de Áreas Marinhas Protegidas (IMPAC3), October, Marseille, França.

Gerhardinger, L.C., Seixas, C.S., Castro, F. 2013. Innovation and governability challenges in marine protected areas governance in Brazil. MARE Conference People and the Sea VII. June; Amsterdam.

Kisingo, A.W., P. Dearden, R. Rollins and G. Murray. 2013. Community Evaluation of Protected Area Governance in the Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania. Annual Meeting, Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria.

Makino, M. 2013. Comparison of Stakeholders’ roles: Case Studies of Marine Protected Areas in Japan. CCRN Special Session – Community Conservation Research: Exploring Meaning, Motivation Governance, and Outcomes through a Social-Ecological Systems Lens 1: Comparative Analysis. The 14th Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC). Mt. Fuji, Japan, 2-8 June.

Masuruli, B., P. Dearden, and R. Rollins. 2013. Costs and benefits of the nature-based tourism supply system to communities in the Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania. Annual Meeting, Environmental Studies Association of Canada, University of Victoria.

Nayak, P. and D. Armitage. 2013 Regime shifts in coastal-marine systems and the implications for governance. IMBIZIO, Hyderabad, India.

Nayak, P. and D. Armitage. 2013. Regime shifts and coastal-marine governance. MARE Conference, Amsterdam.

Nayak, P. 2013. Regime Shifts in Coastal-Marine Systems and the Implications for Community-based Conservation Policy and Governance. CCRN Special Session – Community Conservation Research: Exploring Meaning, Motivation Governance, and Outcomes through a Social-Ecological Systems Lens 1: Comparative Analysis. The 14th Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC). Mt. Fuji, Japan, 2-8 June.

Randall, C., Robinson, L.W., Dearden, P., Murray, G., Rollins, R., King, L. Application of landscape-level ecosystem based management governance assessment framework to Southern Gulf Islands, BC: Some preliminary Findings. Presentation to BC Protected Areas Research Forum, Thompson Rivers University, December 4.

Satria, A. 2013. Role of Patron Client system in Marine Conservation Management. CCRN Special Session – Community Conservation Research: Exploring Meaning, Motivation Governance, and Outcomes through a Social-Ecological Systems Lens 2: Case Studies in the Developing World. The 14th Global Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC). Mt. Fuji, Japan, 2-8 June.

Seixas, C.S. 2013. Fisher’s knowledge and the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries: Legal instruments and lessons from five cases studies in coastal Brazil. FAO workshop on Fisher’s Knowledge and the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries, October. Panamá City.

Seixas, C. 2013 Experience with monitoring Small-Scale Fisheries in Brazil. International TBTI Workshop Enhancing Stewardship in Small Scale Fisheries through Ecosystem Approaches and others means. Universidade Federal do Paraná, Curitiba, Brasil. August.

2012

Bennett, N., and Dearden, P. 2012. A History of Change: Using Photovoice to Explore Social and Ecological Change in the Marine Environment. Canadian Association of Geographers AGM, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Waterloo, May 26-June 1.

Bennett, N., and Dearden, P. 2012. Adapting to Social but not Environmental Change?: A Case Study of Marine Protected Area Communities on the Andaman Coast of Thailand. Canadian Association of Geographers AGM, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Waterloo, May 26-June 1.

Charles, A. 2012. Climate Change and Small-Scale Fisheries: Social, Economic and Governance Interactions. 16th Biennial Conference, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Charles, A. (with Allison, E., Armitage, D., Béné, C., Chuenpagdee, R., Coulthard, S., Johnson, D., Weeratunge, N.) 2012. A Well-being Lens for Understanding and Governing Small-scale Fisheries. World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Charles, A. 2012. Social, Economic and Governance Impacts of Climate Change on Fisheries, Keynote Lecture, Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans: Second International Symposium. Yeosu, Korea.

Charles, A. 2012. The Challenge of Change: Dynamic Governance and Integrative Science for Resilient Fisheries and Marine Social-Ecological Systems. Special Session: Global Science for Global Governance of Oceanic Ecosystems and Fisheries. Planet Under Pressure Conference, London UK.

Charles, A. 2012. The Crucial Role of Small-Scale Fisheries in Conservation. Special Session: Too Big to Ignore – Small-Scale Fisheries. 16th Biennial Conference, International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Dearden, P. 2012. Marine conservation in Canada: Current status, future challenges. Invited presentation, British Association of Canadian Studies, Annual Conference, Cambridge University, April.

Farinaci, J.S.; Seixas, C.S. 2012. Resposta a inundações e reorganização de sistemas socioecológicos sob a perspectiva da resiliência. I Congresso Brasileiro Sobre Desastres Naturais. Rio Claro, SP. 14 a 17 de maio, p. 34.

Garuana L., Hovelsrud G., Seixas C.S. 2012. Perceptions of changes in the weather and the sea by artisanal fishermen of the Southeastern coast of Brazil and the use of local knowledge to deal with climate unpredictability. Planet Under Pressure. March 25-29. Excel London, UK.

Garuana, L., Hovelsrud, G. K., Seixas, C. S. 2012. Local adaptive responses in two small-scale coastal fisheries in the Southeastern coast of Brazil in the context of social and environmental change. 6th World Fisheries Congress Sustainable Fisheries in a Changing World. Edinburgh, Scotia. May 7-11.

Prado, D.S.; Seixas, C.S. Mudanças socioecológicas e resiliência de modos de vida na Praia do Aventureiro, Ilha Grande (RJ). IX Simpósio Brasileiro de Etnoecologia e Etnobiologia (26 a 29 de Novembro –Florianópolis SC).

Rathwell, K. and D. Armitage. 2012. Bridging knowledge systems through art and governance to navigate environmental change. ArcticNet Science Meeting, December 11-15th, Vancouver.

R.R. Freitas. 2012. Implicações de políticas de desenvolvimento e conservação na pesca artesanal costeira em uma Área Marinha Protegida da Baía de Ilha Grande. Mesa Redonda: Gestão de Recursos de Uso Comum: rumos à co-gestão adaptativa para o desenvolvimento territorial sustentável, IX Simpósio Brasileiro de Etnobiologia e Etnoecologia (SBEE). UFSC, Florianópolis, 26 a 29 de Novembro.

Seixas, C.S. 2012. Dealing with multiple stakeholders in conservation and restoration. I TUMBRA Workshop. TUM/Germany and UNICAMP/Brazil. Campinas, SP. Aug 29 to Sept 1.

2011

Augustine, S. and Dearden, P. 2011. Clam gardens and protected areas: Conversations about First Nations, ecological integrity, and active management in national parks. Annual Conference, American Association of Geographers, Seattle, April.

Augustine, S. and Dearden, P. 2011. Dialogue on Clams: Tensions arising between national park policies and the re-introduction of Indigenous clam gardens in Canada’s national parks. International Marine Conservation Congress 2. Victoria, BC. May 14-18.

Charles, A. 2011. A Comparative Analysis of Community Engagement in Coastal Management. People in Places: Engaging Together in Integrated Resource Management. International Conference. Halifax, NS, Canada.

Charles, A. 2011. Coastal Communities, ‘Integrated Management’ and Participatory Coastal Governance. People and the Sea: Maritime Research in the Social Sciences. University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands (with the Coastal CURA team).

Charles, A. 2011. Policy Adaptation and Dynamic Governance of Marine Social-Ecological Systems: Coping with Climate Change and Economic Change, Keynote Lecture, Comparative Studies of Climate Effects on Polar and Sub-Polar Ecosystems: Progress in Observation and Prediction. ESSAS Seattle Washington USA.

Dearden, P. 2011. Marine protected areas and tourism. International Marine Conservation Congress. Victoria, BC. May 14-18 2011.

Hauzer, M. and Dearden, P. 2011. Marine conservation and livelihood security: a case study of the fisherwomen of Ngazidja Island, Comoros. International Marine Conservation Congress 2. Victoria, BC. May 14-18.

Sowman M and Sunde J. 2011. Power in partnerships and governance in process: reflections on university and community engagement in South Africa. Proceedings of conference, People in Places: engaging together in integrated resource management, St Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia 27-29 June.

Williams S. and M. Sowman. 2011. Recognising the customary rights of traditional fishers in conservation planning and management: Lessons from Covie and Ebenhaeser-Papendorp. People and the Sea VI: Bridging Science and Policy for Sustainable Coasts and Seas, July 6-9, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.