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Marine Conservation Summer Institute 2015

NEW PROGRAM

A practicum in natural science, social science, law, and policy for professionals, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates AT THE DUKE MARINE LAB, BEAUFORT NC

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

• Apply fundamental concepts of conservation biology and policy

• Understand strategies used to protect biodiversity

• Analyze key concepts of social science and law involved in conservation

SKILL SETS

• Effecting change, understanding process

• Mechanics of policy development

• Organizational behavior and misbehavior

• Negotiation dynamics

The Vol 9, No. 1 (2015) of the International Journal of the Commons is available on line

Special feature - Challenges of critical institutionalism.

We kindly invite you to take a look at the table of contents at: http://www.thecommonsjournal.org

Our special issue section is dedicated to challenges of critical institutionalism, and was guest-edited by Frances Cleaver and Jessica de Koning.

Follow the discussion on the LinkedIn group page of the IJC.

The issue n. 17 of the Commons Digest is out!

Welcome to the winter edition of The Commons Digest! In this issue we report on the Third IASC European Meeting held in Umeå, Sweden, providing a small taste of what was enjoyed by those in attendance. The issue begins with a letter and a reflection on forest management commons in Sweden from the conference chair Camilla Widmark. Anna Zachrisson and Annette Löf present a summary of the pre­conference workshop. This is followed with the presidential address by Leticia Merino.

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