By: Ian Scoones and James Keeley
208 pages, Figs, tabs
Scoones and Keeley unravel the politics of knowledge surrounding policy-making, looking particularly at Ethiopia, Mali and Zimbabwe and their land and soils management. They also show how to pursue more inclusive, participatory forms of policy-making.
'It makes a good case study of the environmental policy-making process on the international stage and at the national level' Duncan Knowler, Policy Sci 2007
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