4 edition of Urban Environmental Governance found in the catalog.
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
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The conservation community has increasingly embraced privatization as a means to promote environmental goals. This so-called neoliberal conservation situates property rights and free market exchange at the heart of environmental governance (Igoe and Brockington, ).In the case of fisheries, individual transferable quotas (ITQs) are imagined to be secure property . 'China's Urban Century is the impressive outcome of a European and Chinese collaborative project. The book extensively covers Chinese urban .
Examples of governance at the local level include a neighbourhood co- operative formed to install and maintain a standing water pipe, a town council operating a waste recycling scheme, a multi- urban body developing an integrated transport plan together with user groups, a stock exchange regulating itself with national government oversight, and. The third development in the system of environmental governance in China is the increasing involvement of private companies in executing public tasks and services on the environment. For example, urban service provisioning in drinking and wastewater, energy and solid waste management experiences all kinds of new public–private partnership models.
The goal of this book is to encourage environmental educators to reflect on their own professional stories and experiences, and to explore the idea of urban environmental education. Suggested reference: Russ, A. (). Urban environmental education narratives. Washington, DC and Ithaca, NY: NAAEE and Cornell University. (ISBN ). This chapter reviews the literature relevant to environmental governance in four domains of scholarship: globalization, decentralization, market and individual incentives-based governance, and.
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Environmental Governance is the only book to discuss the first principles of governance, while also providing a critical overview of the wide ranging theories and approaches that underpin policy and practice today. It places governance within its wider political context to explore how the environment is controlled, manipulated, regulated, and 5/5(3).
Abstract. This chapter is Urban Environmental Governance book to present strategic approaches and an overview of urban environmental governance from global perspective. It provides a brief overview of the evolution of global environmental governance concomitantly the Author: K.
Raju, A. Ravindra, S Manasi, K. Smitha, Ravindra Srinivas. This book aims to identify the challenges presented by current urban environmental governance practices in fast growing Indian cities, to propose changes to the current governance implementation strategies, and to explore the best practices to achieve sustainable urban models through Indian and global : Springer International Publishing.
• Issues of environment and governance written in a lucid and jargon-free language. • Urban environmentalism in India elucidated on the basis of an empirical study. • Exploration of social issues in environmental governance. • Environmental governance explained from both global and Indian perspectives.
This book aims to identify the challenges presented by current Urban Environmental Governance book environmental governance practices in fast growing Indian cities, to propose changes to the current governance implementation strategies, and to explore the best practices to achieve sustainable urban models through Indian and global perspectives.
"I am grateful to finally have an accessible reader that introduces students to the phenomenon of Environmental Governance that offers them a means to see, understand, and begin to evaluate the effectiveness of the West’s ongoing transition from environmental management by governments to environmental governance by multiple actors.5/5(3).
Environmental Governance; Marianne E. Krasny, Erika S. Svendsen, Cecil Konijnendijk van den Bosch, Johan Enqvist, and Alex Russ ; pp. Cited by: 2. James Evans is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Governance in the School of Environment and Development at the University of Manchester.
He has an abiding interest in the role science plays in transforming urban space, particularly the ways in which environmental knowledge is produced and used in decision-making. Cities and Climate Change: Urban Sustainability and Global Environmental Governance Volume 4 of Routledge studies in physical geography and environment: Authors: Harriet Bulkeley, Michele Merrill Betsill: Edition: illustrated, reprint: Publisher: Psychology Press, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects5/5(1).
Environmental governance is a concept in political ecology and environmental policy that advocates sustainability (sustainable development) as the supreme consideration for managing all human activities—political, social and economic.
Governance includes government, business and civil society, and emphasizes whole system capture this diverse range of. The course is designed for current and aspiring environmental educators, university students, urban planners, and other professionals interested in environmental education, community and youth development, nonformal education, environmental justice, environmental governance and planning, and sustainable cities.
This volume examines how urban stakeholders in China – particularly city governments and social actors – tackle China’s urban environmental crisis.
The volume’s case studies speak to important interdisciplinary themes such as new tools and instruments of urban green governance. Chinese Journal of Urban and Environmental Studies (CJUES) is a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to publish high-quality research papers and book reviews to explore a wide range of academic and policy concerns of urban and environmental studies.
CJUES publishes scholarly work with a special emphasis on the following fields: theoretical and conceptual frameworks. This book can be a useful reading for in-service and in-training educators who are interested in urban environmental education.
The authors of this book hope that it will help educators in the U.S. and elsewhere to reflect on their own work, and inspire new ideas to improve their educational programs. ISBN Download the e-book >>. The book presents a clear articulation on the subject. Cases demonstrated by the authors portray a genuine picture of the urban landscape in India, where the underprivileged citizens are struggling to avail quality basic services.
It’s a useful resource for practitioners, researchers and students of urban governance and planning. Net-Positive Design and Sustainable Urban Development is aimed at students, academics, professionals and sustainability advocates who wonder why existing approaches have been ineffective.
It explains how to reform the anti-ecological biases in our current frameworks of environmental governance, planning, decision making and design – and.
In this fascinating and enlightening book, Dietmar Offenhuber extends our thinking with respect to waste, infrastructure, and urban and environmental governance. Casting waste as information, he exposes the spatialities, temporalities, and systems governing waste management by examining how data are used to capture, process, track, analyze, and.
Book Description. Cities, rather than nations, have become the key sites for enacting environmental policies. This is due to the combination of growing urban populations and increased action on the part of local governments (generally attributed to national governments’ failure to act on climate change).
This methodology helps to understand not only what differences exist between these two places, but what effects those differences have on the urban environment.
This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of urban studies, urban planning and environmental policy and by: 1. Urban governance: Context and challenges. In the last two decades, the term “governance” has become a mainstay in the vocabulary of public institutions, particularly since its appearance in UNDP’s annual report.
A tool for analyzing public policy and regulation at different scales, governance calls for a normative framework. ELLA ArEA: EnvironmEntAL mAnAgEmEnt | ELLA tHEmE: UrbAn EnvironmEntAL govErnAncE 6 contAct iiED-AL to learn more about urban environmental governance or the organisations included here, contact the author, Jorgelina Hardoy, researcher, [email protected] ELLA is supported by: the views expressed here are not necessarily those of Size: KB.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Environmental actors within local governance systemsThe existing socio-environmentEnvisioning the future through the sustainable imaginaryHow the socio-environment is (re)producedConclusion.An examination of three major trends in global governance, exemplified by developments in transnational environmental rule-setting.
The notion of global governance is widely studied in academia and increasingly relevant to politics and policy making. Yet many of its fundamental elements remain unclear in both theory and practice. This book offers a fresh perspective by .