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Network governance, relying on horizontal communication, input, and trust, aligns with solving political problems. To complete the solution matrix, a shared governance concept is associated with resolving wicked problems.

Author: Timothy M. Gieseke

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781498718028

Category: Nature

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Sustaining our agricultural landscapes is no longer just a technical, scientific or even political problem, but it has evolved into a socially complex, so-called wicked problem of conflicting social governance and economics. This creates an extreme economic obstacle where the value of ecosystem services remains low and diffuse and the transactions costs remain high and multiple.Using Uber-like business platform technology and a shared governance model, a symbiotic demand for environmental benefits is created. Enabling multi-sector transactions for environmental benefits, this platform innovation would remedy the "tragedy of the commons"; the economic nemesis to achieving landscape sustainability. In a nutshell, to sustain our agricultural landscapes a transdisciplinary approach supported by a shared governance model housed within a multi-sided platform in needed. This book introduces an assessment framework identifying governance actors, styles and ratios for socio-ecological systems. The assessment uses a new governance compass to identify the types of actors completing which tasks and identifies the styles of governance used to complete the tasks. It is aimed to anyone involved in sustainability science, agricultural policy planning, or integrated landscape design.
2016-08-05 By Timothy M. Gieseke

This book takes a practical approach to understanding and describing collaborative governance for resolving environmental problems.

Author: Timothy Gieseke

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780429000447

Category: Law

Page: 194

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This book takes a practical approach to understanding and describing collaborative governance for resolving environmental problems. It introduces a new collaborative governance assessment model and recognizes that collaborations are a natural result of organizations converging around complex issues. Rather than identifying actors by their type of organization, the actors are identified by the type of role they play. This approach is aligned with how individuals and organizations interact in practice, and their dependance on collaborations to solve emerging environmental problems. The book discusses real cases with governance issues and creates new frameworks for collaborations. Features: Addresses communities at all levels and scales that are gravitating toward collaborations to solve their environmental issues. Prepares and enables individuals to participate in collaborative governance and design collaborative governance frameworks. Introduces the first simplified and standardized model to assess governance using governance actors and styles. Explains governance in simple terms and builds governance frameworks from the individual’s perspective; the smallest, viable unit of governance in a collaboration. Describes "tools of convergence" for collaborative leaders to organize and align activities to create shared-governance outcomes and outputs.
2019-08-21 By Timothy Gieseke

Introduction -- Section One: Something Special is Happening -- Entering a Collaborative Era -- Collaborations as a Hybrid Organization -- Preparing to Collaborate -- Section Two: The Science of Collaborative Governance -- Of Actors and ...

Author: Timothy Gieseke

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0367343185

Category: Communication in organizations

Page: 194

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This book takes a practical approach to understanding and describing collaborative governance for resolving environmental problems. It introduces a new collaborative governance assessment model and recognizes that collaborations are a natural result of organizations converging around complex issues. Rather than identifying actors by their type of organization, the actors are identified by the type of role they play. This approach is aligned with how individuals and organizations interact in practice, and their dependance on collaborations to solve emerging environmental problems. The book discusses real cases with governance issues and creates new frameworks for collaborations. Features: Addresses communities at all levels and scales that are gravitating toward collaborations to solve their environmental issues. Prepares and enables individuals to participate in collaborative governance and design collaborative governance frameworks. Introduces the first simplified and standardized model to assess governance using governance actors and styles. Explains governance in simple terms and builds governance frameworks from the individual's perspective; the smallest, viable unit of governance in a collaboration. Describes "tools of convergence" for collaborative leaders to organize and align activities to create shared-governance outcomes and outputs.
2019-08-19 By Timothy Gieseke

Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas, 12-16 May 1997 Neil ... where all parties share a common understanding of sustainable development and work towards achieving this end .

Author: Neil Munro

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D02060033O

Category: Conservation of natural resources

Page: 1018

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1998 By Neil Munro

... when in fact timber workers have an underlying interest in more sustainable forms of forestry and environmentalists have ... resource workers and industries ( i.e. , logging , ranching , and farming ) , and government agencies .

Author: Peter F. Cannavò

Publisher: Mit Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105123281110

Category: Nature

Page: 425

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Transcending the polarizing debate over development and preservation, an innovative proposal for an alternative theory and practice of place that embraces both change and stability.

The potential of “ working landscapes ” for conservation of rangelands was the subject of a public forum . ... Land management agencies lack management throughout the West urban encroachment threatens natural funds .

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00713138G

Category: Range management

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... adopt approaches that ensure the sustainable use and management of natural capital and working landscapes 30.8 237 30.1 236 ... indicators for priority ecosystems Establishment and / or maintenance of shared governance mechanisms .

Author: Canada. Environment Canada

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ISBN: UIUC:30112078875322

Category: Environmental policy

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To achieve Plan population goals , a myriad of habitats must be conserved , most of which exist in working landscapes . The interests of the people who share these landscapes with wildlife must be considered if Plan goals are to be ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924084892540

Category: Waterfowl management

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Public Works and Government Services Canada ... Canadians adopt approaches that ensure the sustainable use and management of natural capital and working landscapes This program activity is designed to integrate departmental action on ...

Author: Canada. Public Works and Government Services Canada

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105132417622

Category: Finance, Public

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... for integrated management of Canada's natural capital including the sustainable management of landscapes . ... sharing agreements benefit from Canada's technical advice and monitoring information , to undertake measures to ensure ...

Author: Canada. Department of Finance

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ISBN: MINN:31951D027403632

Category: Budget

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