Glaser, Marion ORCID:, Adrianto, Luky, Breckwoldt, Annette ORCID:, Buhari, Nurliah, Deswandi, Rio, Ferse, Sebastian ORCID:, Gorris, Philipp, Paragay, Sainab Husain, Glaeser, Bernhard, Mohammad, Neil, Schwerdtner Máñez, Kathleen and Yanuarita, Dewi (2022) The governance of coastal and marine social–ecological systems. In: Science for the Protection of Indonesian Coastal Ecosystems (SPICE). . Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 407-443. DOI

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Human–nature interactions are at the root of sustainability problems worldwide. For the Indonesian coastal and marine realm, this chapter asks: How does governance affect, and how might it transform, human, and societal behavior in the coastal and marine realm toward greater ecological and social sustainability? Equipped with definitions of key social science terms (including governance, institutions, social–ecological systems), the reader is introduced to major changes, issues, and sectors in Indonesian coastal governance. Major policy recommendations at the end of subsections on the governance of (1) mangroves, (2) fisheries and aquaculture, (3) watersheds and land use, (4) marine and coastal conservation, (5) coastal livelihoods and social needs, and (6) pollution are presented. In line with the need for integrated planning, overlaps and trade-offs between these sectoral recommendations are identified and, within a theoretical framework of adaptive, evolutionary, and anticipatory governance, a set of generic suggestions for integrated inclusive governance approaches is proposed.

Document Type: Book chapter
Programme Area: PA3
Research affiliation: Affiliations > Not ZMT
Science Management > Office for Knowledge Exchange
Social Sciences > Social-Ecological Systems Analysis
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Date Deposited: 09 Jan 2023 13:01
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