2 edition of Sustainable forest management in the context of multi-level and multi-actor policy processes found in the catalog.
Sustainable forest management in the context of multi-level and multi-actor policy processes
by Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen, Departement Politieke Wetenschappen, Afdeling Bestuur en Overheidsmanagement in Leuven, Belgium
Written in English
|Series||Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen, Departement Politieke Wetenschappen, Afdeling Bestuur en Overheidsmanagement ;, nr. 28, Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven, Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen, Departement Politieke Wetenschappen ;, nr. 28.|
|LC Classifications||SD657.I5 J46 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||98220318|
26th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering contains the papers presented at the 26th European Society of Computer-Aided Process Engineering (ESCAPE) Event held at Portorož Slovenia, from June 12th to June 15th, Themes discussed at the conference include Process-product Synthesis, Design and Integration, Modelling, Numerical . TFD was created in to provide global and regional leaders in the forest sector with a neutral, multi-stakeholder dialogue (MSD) platform and process focused on developing mutual trust and a shared understanding while working towards collaborative solutions to the challenges in achieving sustainable forest management and forest conservation.
• The governance of multi-functional, multi-actor landscapes The most obvious influence of my work within policy processes involves activities carried out directly in collaboration with policy makers or within policy forums, Sustainable trade and management of forest products and services in the COMESA region: an issue paper. VIDEOS. The transnational legal process for REDD+ has supported instrumental learning through the production and dissemination of multi-level, multi-purpose and multi-actor projects and initiatives” that “permeates multiple and translates into multiple implementation actions running ahead of policy processes and state-driven.
Policy Context and Scope. and to the sustainable management of land and forests. Fig a FAO world´s forest map Source: FAO, and innovative corporate and multi-actor initiatives that support inclusive value chains of forest and tree products. These need to be coupled with social and cultural response options to enhance. Integrated forest and water management, Sweden (Eriksson et al. ) Forest restoration and sustainable forest management. Water management, preserving environmental and social values, climate change mitigation and adaptation. Ecological Forest Purchase Program, China (Long et al. )Cited by:
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Sustainable Forest Management in the Context of Multi-Level and Multi-Actor Policy Processes: Case Studies of the Incorporation of the Environmental Dimension into Sustainable Forest Management in East Kalimantan-Indonesia.
by Aleksius Jemadu (pp. management, sustainable development and inclu sive growth as well as related policy processes, focusing principal- ly on two main e orts: 1) colla ng, cri call y analysing, and synthesising exis.
implementing multiple systems for forest management: implications of the regulatory framework for sustainable forestry in Sweden, Journal of Natural Resources P olicy. In the Italian political and economic agenda the forest sector occupies a marginal role.
The forest sector in Italy is characterized by a high institutional fragmentation and centralized decision-making processes dominated by Public Forest Administrations. Public participation in forest policy processes has been implemented since the s at national, regional and local levels Author: Laura Secco, Alessandro Paletto, Raoul Romano, Mauro Masiero, Davide Pettenella, Francesco Carbone.
However, the adoption of these new means to various multi-level, multi-sector and multi-actor policy processes requires “thinking globally, but acting locally”.
The ORCHESTRA COST Action chair, professor Tuula Packalen (Natural Resources Institute Finland) summarizes the conclusions: “The wide variation in ecology and socio-economy within.
Notably, the expectation towards sustainable public services is actually shifting attention away from organizational institutions of governance to the service processes of governance .This emphasis on implementing non-fragmented arrangements that can adapt to diversified service needs in their indigenous social, economic, and other contexts is echoed in the principles of Author: Xuesong Li, Yunlong Ding.
‘Forest governance’ refers to new modes of regulation in the forest sector, such as decentralized, community-based and market-oriented policy instruments and management approaches. Its main theoretical basis consists of two mainstream models: rational choice and neo-institutionalism.
Institutional complexity and sustainable supply chain management practices. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Vol. 22, No. 6 a configurational approach on sustainable forest management of the Dutch wood trade and timber industry Institutional Logics and Micro-processes in Organizations: A Multi-actor Perspective on Cited by: sustainability to support research, education, and policy experimentation.
We participated in many projects within the EU Framework Programme such as PSI-connect (Policy Science Interactions: connecting science and policy) that facilitated interactions between policy and science in the context of climate change impacts on freshwater management.
The Multiplicity of Institutional Logics and the Heterogeneity of Organizational Responses. a configurational approach on sustainable forest management of the Dutch wood trade and timber industry.
Institutional Logics and Micro-processes in Organizations: A Multi-actor Perspective on Sickness Absence Management in Three Dutch by: Understanding how this effort at matching goals and means can go wrong – and how optimal designs can be produced instead – requires a more complex scheme of classifying the elements of a policy regime than the traditional “goals, instruments and settings” familiar in policy theory from the work of Peter Hall ().Every integrated strategy is a more complex regime of ends Cited by: This book highlights the importance of the subnational level of governance in relation to sustainable development, exploring how subnational governments have taken up the challenge to design sustainable development policies and their involvement in international decision-making on sustainable development.
6 Forest governance has historically been a highly contested field, often very different from the agriculture sector which is governed in a more decentralised way (Colfer, ). While the forest sector is conventionally governed either for biodiversity conservation or timber production (Kennedy et al., ), a shifting emphasis on non-timber forest products and participatory Author: Henry Neufeldt, Pablo Pacheco, Hemant R.
Ojha, Sarah Ayeri Ogalleh, Jason Donovan, Lisa Fuchs, Danie. A framework for change Defining strategies to mainstream sustainable practices Changing norms and values Overcoming lock-ins at the system level Managing multi-actor and multi-level.
Forests, Trees and Landscapes for Food Security and Nutrition IUFRO World Series Vol. 33 Funding support for this publication was provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, the United States Forest Service, and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management.
This study, also one of the PBL background studies for the evaluation of the BB programme, looks into the role of governments in multi-actor sustainable supply chain management systems.
Other studies carried out as part of the evaluation look at the policy theory behind the BB programme (Kamphorst, ) and physical footprints (see for example.
Adaptive Co-Management is not only a timely book but also a useful concept for resource governance in a world marked by rapid socio-ecological change. It will be of interest to researchers, environmental practitioners, policy-makers, and students in fields across the political and environmental spectrum.
Applied Ecology/Case Studies. From Wikibooks, open books for an open world Europe’s nature would benefit greatly if the site management organisations were more policy orientated and if the policy-influencing organisations were more involved in the implementation of the policies.
Multi-actor and multi-level Governance. Rod has a B. (Forestry) from the ANU and a PhD in forest ecology from University of British Columbia, with research interests in forests and climate change, forest ecosystem services and forest and environmental policy.
He has undertaken research across Australia, in Canada, Papua New Guinea and in South East Asia. Rod has worked as a research scientist and science. It outlines REDD as a conservation and forest management tool, advocating the development of multi-actor pilot projects and multi-level capacity building, in line with the ‘Nested Approach’ to REDD (Pedroni et al., ) 1 and multi-level Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) approaches (Bond et al.,Phelps et al., ).
The process Cited by: The ability to create change in policy and practice in the context of landscape approaches to land management is currently impaired by a dearth of scientific evidence. While there is a growing body of evidence, our understanding of how forests and landscapes with tree cover contribute to food security and nutrition and the provisioning of.
Multi-level governance involves vital linkages connecting mutually dependent governance levels with cross-scalar processes of policy making, planning, and implementation activities (Stephenson ), and is also seen as a form of polycentric governance involving co-management (Andersson and Ostrom ).Cited by: 2.