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Title Collaborative environmental management : what roles for government? / Tomas M. Koontz ... [and others]
Published Washington, DC : Resources for the Future, [2004]
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Description ix, 210 pages ; 23 cm
Contents 1. Governmental roles in collaborative environmental management -- 2. Citizen-initiated collaboration : the Applegate partnership -- 3. Nonprofit facilitation : the darby partnership -- 4. Encouragement through "carrots" and "sticks" : habitat conservation planning and the endangered species act -- 5. Encouragement through grants : Ohio's farmland preservation task forces -- 6. Science-based collaborative management : the Albemarle-Pamlico estuarine study -- 7. Government-led community collaboration : the Animas River stakeholder group -- 8. Government as actor and as institution -- 9. Envisioning the roles of government
Summary Collaboration has become a popular approach to environmental policy, planning, and management. At the urging of citizens, nongovernmental organizations, and industry, government officials at all levels have experimented with collaboration. Yet questions remain about the roles that governments play in collaboration--whether they are constructive and support collaboration, or introduce barriers. This book analyzes a series of cases to understand how collaborative processes work and whether government can be an equal partner even as government agencies often formally control decision making and are held accountable for the outcomes. [from publisher's advertisement]
Notes "An RFF Press book"--T.p. verso
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Donated by Professor Jennifer McKay. Director, Centre for Comparative Water Policies and Laws
Subject Environmental policy.
Environmental management.
Author Koontz, Tomas M.
LC no. 2004014207
ISBN 1891853805 alkaline paper
1891853821 paperback alkaline paper