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ISBN
9780231196871
Clasificación DEWEY
363.70525 FIS-m
Autor
Fisher, Joshua D. , autor
Título
Managing environmental conflict : an Earth Institute sustainability primer / Joshua D. Fisher
Lugar de publicación
New York Columbia University Press 2022
Descripción
204 páginas
Tipo de medio digital o análogo
sin medio rdamedia
Medio de almacenamiento
volumen rdacarrier
Serie
Columbia University Earth Institute sustainability primers
Bibliografía
Incluye referencias bibliográficas e indice
Nota de Resumen
"Conflicts frequently arise over environmental issues such as land use, natural resource management, and laws and regulation, emerging from diverging interests and values among stakeholders. This book is a primer on causes of and solutions to such conflicts. It provides a foundational overview of the theory and practice of collaborative approaches to managing environmental disputes. Joshua D. Fisher explains the core concepts in collaborative conflict management and presents a clear, practical, and implementable framework for understanding and responding to environmental disputes. He details strategies to bring stakeholders together in pursuit of collective solutions, emphasizing ongoing processes of dialogue, analysis, action, and learning. This collaborative approach can create new opportunities for stakeholders to better understand each other and the natural world, which enables more effective and context-appropriate environmental governance. The primer examines why and how system dynamics can constrain or expand the possibility of constructive management of conflicts. It features a case study from the Amazon Basin, where local communities, extractive industry operators, conservationists, and land managers have often clashed over access to natural resources, drawing out lessons to illustrate how to adapt the conflict management framework to distinct contexts. Managing Environmental Conflict synthesizes knowledge, methods, and practices spanning consensus building, collaborative governance, complex adaptive systems science, environmental conflict resolution, and environmental peacebuilding. Its presentation of this important and timely topic will be invaluable for academics and practitioners alike, including decision makers, scientists, and conflict management professionals"--
Productos LGAC
Medio ambiente y sistemas agroalimentarios
Materia
Protección Ambiental
Solución de Conflictos
Administración Ambiental
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