Decision-Making Arrangements in Community-Based Watershed Management in Northern Thailand

TitleDecision-Making Arrangements in Community-Based Watershed Management in Northern Thailand
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsWittayapak C, Dearden P
JournalSociety and Natural Resources
Volume12
Pagination673-691
Source DocumentAccessible with appropriate permission
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Watershed management, Ban Luang, Nan province, northern Thailand (III)

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This paper examines four case studies of community-based watershed management with emphasis on their operational decision-making arrangements. Even though legally the watersheds are state property, 73% of the villagers consider them communal property. All the watersheds established community-based regimes as a result of a declining resource abundance, but differ in their operational rules, administration, effectiveness, and satisfaction among stakeholders. A village located in one of the...
09 Aug 2016

Watershed management, Ban Pae, Chiang Mai province, northern Thailand (II)

Case
This paper examines four case studies of community-based watershed management with emphasis on their operational decision-making arrangements. Even though legally the watersheds are state property, 73% of the villagers consider them community property. All the watersheds established community-based regimes as a result of a declining resource abundance, but differ in their operational rules, administration, effectiveness, and satisfaction among stakeholders. A village located in one of the...
09 Aug 2016

Watershed management, Silalaeng, Nan province, northern Thailand (I)

Case
This paper examines four case studies of community-based watershed management with emphasis on their operational decision-making arrangements. Even though legally the watersheds are state property, 73% of the villagers consider them communal property. All the watersheds established community-based regimes as a result of a declining resource abundance, but differ in their operational rules, administration, effectiveness, and satisfaction among stakeholders. A village located in one of the...
09 Aug 2016

Watershed management, Thung Kao Hang, Lamphun province, northern Thailand (IV)

Case
This paper examines four case studies of community-based watershed management with emphasis on their operational decision-making arrangements. Even though legally the watersheds are state property, 73% of the villagers consider them communal property. All the case studies established community-based regimes as a result of a declining resource abundance, but differ in their operational rules, administration, effectiveness, and satisfaction among stakeholders. A village located in one of the...
09 Aug 2016