This policy brief examines how co-management arrangements within small-scale fisheries can play a key role in enhancing sectoral and regional resilience.
Despite major challenges, “multi-stakeholder collaborations” – such as co-management – demonstrate the potential for innovative knowledge transfer and strategic adaptation processes within the fisheries sector.
The focus here is on Co-management Northern Bohuslän (Samförvaltning Norra Bohuslän), which promotes sustainable local fisheries and blue growth on Sweden’s west coast.
The case illustrates how, under appropriate conditions, participatory local efforts can significantly contribute to sustainability and resilience.
The policy brief presents findings on related challenges and opportunities, including recommendations on future directions for the co-management initiative itself, and more general suggestions for co-management as a means to promote sectoral and regional resilience in the Nordic region.
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