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The Struggling and Winning of Coastal Society on Northern Sulawesi to Get Legal Recognition on Community-Based Coastal and Marine Resources Management, from Provincial and Regency Government

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Titahelu, Ronald Z.
Conference: Politics of the Commons: Articulating Development and Strengthening Local Practices
Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand
Conf. Date: July 11-14, 2003
Date: 2003
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10535/739
Sector: Forestry
Social Organization
Region: East Asia
Subject(s): IASC
marine resources
property rights
local knowledge
customary law
resource management
protected areas
governance and politics
Abstract: From Page 1: "The archipelago state of Indonesia comprises coast line more than 81.000 km and more or less 17.500 islands, contains of greatly overflow fish potential, with MSY about 5,2 million tons/year, beside several bio-diversity resources as coral reefs, sea weeds, mangroves, several kinds of mineral deposits, and several places for eco-tourism or marine-tourism etc... "Comparing the ways to exploit fish resources, the Marine and Fishery Affairs Department of the Republic of Indonesia informs, that up until now the efficiency of fishery-company management and technology implementation system dominates all other efforts to maintain the sustainability of the natural resources. These systems did not maintain the sustainability of the fish resources."

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