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WD-NACE approaches to meaningful inclusion. By Ms. Nilufar Matin from SEI…

  1. 1. Understanding decision networks in coastal resource management Approaches to meaningful inclusion WD-NACE An ESPA Programme Framework project 2010-2012 Nilufar Matin & WD-NACE Team
  2. 2. The Purpose The WD-NACE team is working with partners in Kenya and in Bangladesh to develop a conceptual framework that links ecosystems and livelihood domains in coastal resource management, and the implications of these linkages for human well-being and poverty alleviation. How ecosystems respond to changes in global drivers and more importantly to human pressure;      How human actors generate, share and select knowledge for managing natural resources; How social-ecological interactions across multiple scales produce non-linear feedbacks that pose a challenge to sustainability.
  3. 3. Conceptualising social–ecological linkages and feedbacks
  4. 4. Conceptual framework – ReAL-D Resources in question - coastal resources and ecosystem services, and Actors, along with perceived actor-attributes,* and theirInter-Linkages and feedbacks, that are nested within global, national and macro contexts,determinechoice, Decision, and action that leads toecological and social dynamics  -> processes leading to wellbeing or poverty or both among resource users. 
  5. 5. WD-NACE Approach• Mapping decision space• Ecosystem based poverty analyses• Sustainability analysis• Ecosystem modelling• Agent based social simulation
  6. 6. Mapping decision space: using ReAL-D frameworkActivity 1 Resources (Re)What are the main resources, ecological dynamics,  information and knowledge is available and required for  sustainable useActivity 2 Actors, attributes, inter-Linkages (AL)Who are the main actors and how are they linked, their  influence, attributes etc. Activity 3 Decision processes (D)What are the key decisions in relation to the management  and use of resources - why, who and how?
  7. 7. Ecosystem based poverty analysesA 3 –way approach: Environmental poverty –spatial dimension  Dynamic poverty – ecosystem and livelihood changes over time  Ecosystem based poverty indicators – multi-dimensional assessment
  8. 8. Sustainability analysisUsing Q-sort - A way of structuring subjective opinions of respondents• Collect a variety of statements• Ask a variety of stakeholders to sort these• Use factor analysis programme to identify factors• Do qualitative interpretation of the statistics• Use results to set beliefs of agent sub-groups Emergent groups and beliefs
  9. 9. ReAL-D: A conceptual frameworkModel of coastalecosystems and theirinter-relationshipsalongside their  interactions with human actors and feedbacks.   Model of decision- making by human actors focusing on their  attributes and inter- relationships alongside  their interactions with  the  ecosystems.
  10. 10. WD-NACE study areas in Bangladesh and KenyaBangladesh Kenya
  11. 11. Thank you

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