Series: IUCN Environmental Policy and Law Papers Volume: 70
Edited By: Klaus Bosselmann, Ron Engel and Prue Taylor
260 pages, Col illus
This book makes an important contribution to the on-going discussions on environmental governance, in particular by providing consideration of concepts that are critical to our understanding of how societies respond to environmental challenges.
Case studies present the experiences of people and communities as they address environmental issues and demonstrate a number of different governance models. It invites all those engaged in environmental issues to begin a renewed dialog on the issue of governance for sustainability in order to seek real solutions on the ground.
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