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Protecting Local Communities, Their Resources, and Their Environment: The Case of Shrimp Aquaculture in South India

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Affiliations: 1: International Ocean Institute, Madras, India; 2: United Nations Economic and Social Council for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok This article was inspired by a workshop entitled "Protecting Local Communities, Their Resources, and Their Environment," organized jointly by the International Ocean Institute, India, the Community Environmental Monitoring Center, Madras, and the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, from 29 to 31 March 1996 at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras. The discussions in the workshop centered around a study called "The Impact of the Aquaculture Industry on the Local Communities of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh" carried out by the students of the National Law School. The authors gratefully acknowledge the tremendous effort made by the students to understand and document the field reality of aquaculture in the two states. In this article, the sections dealing with the problems created by aquaculture are substantially based on the law school study. The rest of the article represents the work and opinions of the authors and not those of any of the agencies mentioned above. The views expressed by the authors in this article do not necessarily reflect those of the organizations they represent.


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