Sustainable Development of Common – Pool Resources in Ban Don Bay, Thailand
Asian Administration & Management Review, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2018
13 Pages Posted: 10 Nov 2018
Date Written: July 1, 2018
The research team has introduced the concept of Ostrom to the sustainable development of common-pool resources in Ban Don Bay, Surat Thani province. There are mainly mangrove forest and fishery resources to be found in the context of the mangrove forest area, and the operation of Ban Don Bay Conservation Network. Samples were collected from six districts in Ban Don Bay. The purpose was to find the potential for common-pool resources management of the mangrove forest. The results were as follows: The Conservation Network in Ban Don Bay does not have rules, regulations or norms to be the same standard in the areas of Ban Don Bay. However, a combination of members of the resource conservation group in the Ban Don Bay area drive activities related to resource conservation. Design principles have only 4 aspects that are consistent: 1) Congruence, 2) Collective Choice Arrangements, 3) Conflict Resolution Mechanisms, and 4) Nested Enterprises are used to manage multiple organizations. Ecological society factors that are important to the participatory resource management of the Ban Don Bay area consists of five factors as follows: 1) Resource System Factor, 2) Outcomes factor, 3) Resource unit factor, 4) Interactions factor, and 5) Related ecosystems factor. The development of resource management in Ban Don Bay area is participatory. The community needs to manage their resources in a participatory environment including reliable information, conflict resolution management, management of compliance with the rules of the community, provision of infrastructure, and adaptation to the changes that have taken place including the community organization network to conserve the mangrove forest, Ban Don Bay. Rules should be developed to conserve the mangrove forest of Ban Don Bay to the same standard for sustainable resource management.
Keywords: Sustainable Management, Common-Pool Resources, Mangrove Forest, Ban Don Bay
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