Thomas Nugroho


Laju Degradasi Sumber Daya Ikan Tongkol Abu-abu (thunnus Tonggol) di perairan Pantura Kabupaten Indramayu Jawa Barat
Thursday July 23rd 2015, 2:27 pm
Filed under: Scientific journals

Laju Degradasi Sumber Daya Ikan Tongkol Abu-abu (thunnus Tonggol) di perairan Pantura Kabupaten Indramayu Jawa Barat

Pengarang Lugas Lukmanul Hakim ; Rega Permana ;
Institusi universitas padjadjaran
Tahun Terbit 2015
Kode Panggil 339.5/WWF/S
Subyek sumber daya ikan tongkol abu-abu
Lokasi Perpustakaan LP2T Denpasar
Descriptor Kiroan
Daftar Pustaka



Sub-regionalisation of fisheries governance: the case of the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fisheriesSub-regionalisation of fisheries governance: the case of the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fisheries
Monday July 13th 2015, 2:14 pm
Filed under: Scientific journals

Sub-regionalisation of fisheries governance: the case of the Western and Central Pacific Ocean tuna fisheries ( by Alice MM Miller, Simon R Bush and Paul AM van Zwieten, 2014)

Abstract

Shifting political alliances and new environmental challenges are prompting debate over processes of sub-regionalisation and whether the interplay between multiple scales of governance leads to positive synergistic outcomes or negative institutional disruption. Regional management of tuna fisheries in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean is an example where a web of treaties, conventions and institutional frameworks underlie international cooperation. Through examining the interplay between the regional Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission and sub-regional Parties to the Nauru Agreement, this paper explores the extent to which the PNA and WCPFC interact in the management of regional tuna fisheries. The results demonstrate that for contested marine resources such as fisheries, international sub-regions can go beyond functional units to also present wider opportunities to shift power relations in favour of small island states. Additionally, the presence of sub-regional groups like the PNA has served to challenge the performance of the WCPFC, stimulating greater debate and progress within the regional body. The paper concludes that the combined work of the PNA and the WCPFC puts them ahead on many issues and may represent a testing ground for a functional multilateralism utilising both regional and sub-regional governance platforms for the management of shared resources.

Keywords:
Regionalism; Governance; Tuna; West and Central Pacific; Parties to the Nauru Agreement; Multilateralism; Transboundary



Principles and practice for the equitable governance of transboundary natural resources: cross-cutting lessons for marine fisheries management
Monday July 13th 2015, 2:03 pm
Filed under: Scientific journals

Principles and practice for the equitable governance of transboundary natural resources: cross-cutting lessons for marine fisheries management (Brooke Campbell and Quentin Hanich, 2015)

Abstract

Conflicts over the equitability of transboundary natural resource conservation and management schemes have created barriers to effective policy implementation and practice. In seeking to overcome these barriers in the context of progressing transboundary oceanic fisheries conservation, we explore the divide between equity as defined in principle and as applied in practice in international policy and law. Searching for cross-cutting lessons and themes, we first review multilateral environmental agreements to see how equity is commonly being defined, understood, and then applied in principle. From this analysis, we identify common elements that can facilitate the conceptual framing and application of equitable principles in practice. Framed within these elements, we then explore how applications of equitable principles have performed in two current transboundary conservation and management case studies in regional fisheries management and international climate change policy. From this analysis, we conclude with some lessons learned which show that finding solutions to equity-driven barriers to transboundary conservation, while challenging, are well within our existing capacity to develop and execute.