Institutional and Infrastructure Resources: National and Regional Institutions and Infrastructures

Edited by : Neil Edward Harrison,

Department of Political Science, School of Environment and Natural Resources, International Studies Program, University of Wyoming, USA

1. Transparence in Governance and Planning for Sustainable Development

Michael McGovern, USA

Democratic Decentralization in an Unequal Polity

Celina Souza, Department of Finance and Public Policies, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil, Brazil

Neil Edward Harrison, Department of Political Science, School of Environment and Natural Resources, International Studies Program, University of  Wyoming, USA

Achieving Social and Environmental Goals and Balancing Demands on National Governments

Celina Souza, Department of Finance and Public Policies, Federal University of Bahia, Brazil, Brazil

Neil Edward Harrison, Department of Political Science, School of Environment and Natural Resources, International Studies Program, University of Wyoming, USA

Processes and Structures of Effective Regional and Local Planning and Management

Craig Metrick, USA

Institutional Change and Business Sustainability in Developed Countries

Keith Melton, Institute for Sustainable Development in Business, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Neil Edward Harrison, Department of Political Science, School of Environment and Natural Resources, International Studies Program, University of Wyoming, USA

Institutional Support for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods

Ian Goldman, Khanya, Free State, South Africa

Institutional Failure and Unsustainable Non-Timber Forest Production

Ram Prasad, Indian Institute of Forest Management, India

Local, Regional, and National Decentralized, Multistage Planning Processes

Ian Goldman, Khanya, Free State, South Africa

Training and Use of Planning Professionals and Community Consultants

Manjusha Gupte, Department of Political Science, Purdue University, USA

Natural Resource Management and Disasters of Centralised Governance: Learning from Experience in India

Ashish Kothari, Technical and Policy Core Group, NBSAP

Kalpavriksh, India

Neil Edward Harrison, Department of Political Science, School of Environment and Natural Resources, International Studies Program, University of Wyoming, USA

Roles of Nongovernmental Organizations in Participatory Planning

Irene Guijt, The Netherlands

Accomodating Marginalized Groups in the Planning Process

Irene Guijt, The Netherlands

Culture and Ethnoforestry

Deep Narayan Pandey, Indian Forest Service, Faculty of Ecosystem Management and Technical Forestry, Indian

Institute of Forest Management, India

The Effect of Institutional Cultures on Socioeconomic Development and Ecological Conservation

Pamela Mae Doughman, Departmrent of Government and Politics, USA

Cultural Diversity, Democracy and Participation

Ilse Scherer-Warren, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

2. Co-Management of Natural Resources

Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, IUCN CEESP Collaborative Management, Working Group; WCPA CEESP Theme on Equity, Local Communities and Protected Areas; Ancienne Ecole, Switzerland

Actors, Entitlements and Equity in Natural Resources Management

Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, IUCN CEESP Collaborative Management, Working Group; WCPA CEESP Theme on

Equity, Local Communities

and Protected Areas; Ancienne Ecole, Switzerland

Organizing for Co-Management

Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, IUCN CEESP Collaborative Management, Working Group; WCPA CEESP Theme on

Equity, Local Communities

and Protected Areas; Ancienne Ecole, Switzerland

Negotiating Co-Management Plans and Agreements

Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, IUCN CEESP Collaborative Management, Working Group; WCPA CEESP Theme on

Equity, Local Communities

and Protected Areas; Ancienne Ecole, Switzerland

Learning-by-Doing

Grazia Borrini-Feyerabend, IUCN CEESP Collaborative Management, Working Group; WCPA CEESP Theme on

Equity, Local Communities

and Protected Areas; Ancienne Ecole, Switzerland


 

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