Collaborative (Co)-Management as a Model for Bio-Cultural Conservation in Suriname 

By 21st September 2020Whitepaper

The Green Growth Suriname Foundation published its white paper titled: Collaborative (Co)-Management as a Model for Bio-Cultural Conservation in Suriname with the intend to help policymakers, private companies, scientists and practitioners who are involved in Nature Conservation in Suriname understand the developments in the area of co-management.

The direct motive for the paper is the implementation process of the Environmental Framework Law (operational since May 2020), which now includes opportunities for co-management. The paper presents an overview of how co-management partnerships are structured and how they could work in practice. This paper concludes with a set of recommendations for solving the problems that commonly emerge in co-management partnerships, especially the problems that are already occurring or are expected to occur in Suriname.

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