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About this book
About this book
The goal of this work is to analyse data from a variety of cases to explain how the different roles government plays in collaborative environmental management lead to different processes and outcomes. The authors apply their new theoretical framework to cases involving the management of watersheds, rivers, animal habitats and forests.
Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors 1. Governmental Roles in Collaborative Environmental Management Part I: Government as Follower 2. Citizen-Initiated Collaboration:The Applegate Partnership 3. Nonprofit Facilitation:The Darby Partnership Part II: Government as Encourager 4. Encouragement through i? Carrotsi? and i? Sticksi? : Habitat Conservation Planning and the Endangered Species Act 5. Encouragement through Grants: Ohioi? s Farmland Preservation Task Forces Part III: Government as Leader 6. Science-Based Collaborative Management: The Albemarlei? Pamlico Estuarine Study 7. Government-Led Community Collaboration: The Animas River Stakeholder Group Part IV: Reconsidering Governmental Roles 8. Government as Actor and as Institution 9. Envisioning the Roles of Government Methodological Appendix Notes References Index
Tomas M. Koontz is an associate professor of environmental and natural resource policy in the School of Natural Resources at The Ohio State University. Toddi A. Steelman is an assistant professor of environmental and natural resource policy in North Carolina State University's Department of Forestry. JoAnn Carmin is an assistant professor of environmental policy and planning in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Katrina Smith Korfmacher is Community Outreach Coordinator at the University of Rochester's Environmental Health Sciences Center. Cassandra Moseley is a research associate in the Institute for a Sustainable Environment and an adjunct assistant professor of planning, public, policy and management at the University of Oregon. Craig W. Thomas is an associate professor of political science at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where he is also on faculty with the Center for Public Policy and Administration.