Examining the nexus between nature, wealth and power in the Lake George fishery: a case of major actors in the fish product chain
Keizire, Boaz Blackie
Muhwezi, Wilson Winstons
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This briefing paper arises out of one of ACODE’s current research undertakings meant to influence policy processes in biodiversity conservation through generation of policy relevant information. The main aim of this paper is to highlight the relationship between nature, wealth and power (NWP) and the intricacies along the fish product chain from Lake George and point out critical gaps that policy processes ought to target. Using the NWP analytical framework in understanding utilisation of fish from Lake George, the paper puts a case to the effect that integration and balance of nature (environmental management), wealth (economic concerns), and power (good governance) are the bedrock of development in natural resource dependent communities.