Illuminating Hidden Harvests Initiative
For more information and updates on the IHH initiative, here are some resources that can be helpful:
- Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO): SSF Guidelines Program
- Duke University: Coasts and Commons Co-Laboratory
- IHH Brief
- IHH Webinar on snapshot of key findings (November 2021)
- IHH infographic on the contributions of small-scale fisheries to sustainable development
- IHH Q&A
- IHH email: IHH-Small-Scale-Fisheries@fao.org
The Coding the Commons Wiki exists to help researchers learn from others and compare approaches to their research on the commons. It can be used and improved by researchers, students, and practitioners engaged in the analysis of social-ecological systems or other coupled infrastructure systems to improve our collective understanding.
It builds directly off the work of Elinor Ostrom, Edella Schlager, and Shui Yan Tang — who, in 1987, created the original Common Pool Resource (CPR) coding database which has become a part of the Social-Ecological Systems (SES) Library.
Researchers on the commons have coded data from games, experiments, surveys and literature according to various frameworks and theories. This wiki is intended to be a collaborative repository to share codebooks, variables, to improve interdisciplinary vocabulary, and to enable comparative research.