Conservation Connecting Multiple Scales of Place
Contribution to Book
Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Publishing Company
Place Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences
This chapter stretches the notion of place and its role in conservation by exploring interactions across multiple scales via new forms of governance. This process may enable rural, resource-dependent communities, previously deemed incapable of asserting much influence on decision-making, to engage in extra-local relationships to better serve their community interests. Theoretical explorations of place, scale, community and regional fields, and governance are followed by a summary of emerging place-based influences on decision-making in the context of recent widespread landscape disturbance in north central Colorado. In this case, new relationships were forged via expanding place and multi-scale linkages and innovative forms of governance.
Flint, C.G. 2013. Conservation connecting multiple scales of place. In W. Stewart, D. Williams, L. Kruger (eds.) Place Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Publishing Company (pp. 35-44).
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