Integrating Coastal Conservation and Development
Brown, Tompkins and Adger note that:
"the availability of goods for direct consumption from coastal ecosystems such as fisheries is likely to be correlated with the overall net primary productivity (NPP) of the ecosystem."
"The importance of coastal resources to humans can be characterized as a series of goods and services they provide, which underpin the lives and livelihoods of those who inhabit and use coastal areas."
Katrina Brown, Emma Tompkins, W. Neil Adger, Making Waves, (London: Earthscan, 2002).
- Conservation and Development
- Institutions in the Coastal Zone
- Making Choices
- Tools for Integration
- Doing Trade-off Analysis
- Building Successful Institutions
- Integrating Conservation and Development
Islands in the Stream