Managing Environmental Disputes

Managing Environmental Disputes : Network Management as an Alternative

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The concept of sustainable development is a source of inspiration for many, who see it as a call to co-operative action. In practice, however, policies intended to further this goal often generate conflicts of interest. The ensuing disputes occur among governmental organizations, but disputes also arise between public authorities, private interest groups, and the environmental movement. In the opinion of the authors, the fact that environmental policy can provoke such conflict may be attributed largely to decision-making procedures in our society. Accordingly, the authors are convinced that a new approach to managing environmental disputes is needed in order to deal effectively with environmental problems. Indeed, this book presents a viable alternative, which is called network management.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 216 pages
  • 160 x 236.2 x 17.8mm | 430.91g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English
  • bibliography, index
  • 079233034X
  • 9780792330349

Table of contents

1. Environmental Dispute Resolution as a Management Issue; towards new forms of decision-making; P. Glasbergen. 2. Activating a Policy Network; the case of the mainport Schiphol; P. Driessen. 3. Strategies for Network Management in an Agricultural Region; the case of the Gelre Valley; P. Driessen, P. Glasbergen. 4. From Adversarial to Collaborative Interaction; environmental problem solving in the Zealand Flanders Canal region; P. Glasbergen, J. van der Veen. 5. The Role of Mediation in the Process of Integrated Planning; environmental planning in the area of the world's biggest harbour; B. van der Klundert, P. Glasbergen. 6. Government Control in a Polynuclear Metropolis; the search for an effective management strategy; J. van der Veen. 7. Project Management for Water Conflicts; an analysis of factors conducive to success or failure; P. Glasbergen. 8. Between Salt and Salmon; network management in the Rhine catchment area; C. Dieperink. 8. Forecasting Land Use Disputes; network analysis of a nature development project; R. Corvers, W. Slot. 10. Network Management in Perspective; concluding remarks on network management as an innovative form of environmental management; P. Driessen, W. Vermeulen.
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