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Whatever Happened to the EEZ? Keeping Benefits and Control of Fishing and Fish Processing within National Borders
Whatever Happened to the EEZ? Keeping Benefits and Control of Fishing and Fish Processing within National Borders
WhenFriday, May 12, 2017, 12 – 1:30 p.m.
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Evelyn Pinkerton, Simon Fraser University
“Whatever Happened to the EEZ? Keeping Benefits and Control of Fishing and Fish Processing within National Borders”

Dr. Pinkerton is a maritime anthropologist who has integrated common property theory and cultural/political ecology in considering the role communities play in the management of adjacent renewable natural resources. She has played a key role in developing the theory and practice of power-sharing and stewardship through co-management agreements. Beginning with the introduction to her 1989 edited volume Cooperative Management of Local Fisheries (UBC Press), she has been generating middle-range theoretical propositions about the conditions under which co-management is likely to arise and to endure. She has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles on fisheries and forestry co-management arrangements, and in Fisheries that Work (1995, co-authored with Martin Weinstein), began to develop a more comprehensive framework for analyzing and comparing co-management arrangements. This work has since evolved into analysis of the developmental sequence of types of co-management rights and activities.

Campus locationGowen Hall (GWN)
Campus roomGowen 1A (Olson Room)
Event typesLectures/Seminars
Event sponsorsCenter for Environmental Politics
Linkdepts.washington.edu…
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