Papers in this book address policy-relevant problems about the relationship between economy, society, and the environment. They are organized into four major themes: 1) I. Managing the Environment includes papers on the environmental implications of production processes, and strategies for managing the environment and natural resources; 2) Environment and Society addresses the nexus of environmental management, development, and justice, and covers issues about resource distribution, well-being and education; 3) Policy and Governance provides a forum on environmental policy instruments, environmental governance, and the political economy of the environment, and 4) Practitioners’ Perspectives offers policy-relevant insights from experienced practitioners. The proceedings present cutting-edge research into these topics and synthesize latest research findings that are useful for dealing with pressing environmental problems in Australia and New Zealand, as well as in the wider region.
|Title of host publication||Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics: 2013 Proceedings|
|Subtitle of host publication||Opportunities for the Critical Decade: Enhancing well-being within Planetary Boundaries|
|Editors||Alex Y Lo, Leonie J Pearson, Megan C Evans|
|Place of Publication||Canberra, Australia|
|Publisher||Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics|
|Number of pages||21|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Event||Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics 2013 - Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia|
Duration: 11 Nov 2013 → 14 Nov 2013
|Conference||Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics 2013|
|Period||11/11/13 → 14/11/13|
PEARSON, L., & DARE, L. (2014). Co-management in protected areas: An opportunity for all? In A. Y. Lo, L. J. Pearson, & M. C. Evans (Eds.), Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics: 2013 Proceedings: Opportunities for the Critical Decade: Enhancing well-being within Planetary Boundaries (pp. 1-21). Australia New Zealand Society for Ecological Economics.