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Committing to place: the potential of open collaborations for trusted environmental governance

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Committing to place : the potential of open collaborations for trusted environmental governance. / Waterton, Claire Frances Jane; Maberly, Stephen; Tsouvalis, Judith et al.

In: Plos Biology, Vol. 13, No. 3, e1002081, 05.03.2015.

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Waterton CFJ, Maberly S, Tsouvalis J, Watson NM, Winfield I, Norton L. Committing to place: the potential of open collaborations for trusted environmental governance. Plos Biology. 2015 Mar 5;13(3):e1002081. doi: 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002081

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Waterton, Claire Frances Jane ; Maberly, Stephen ; Tsouvalis, Judith et al. / Committing to place : the potential of open collaborations for trusted environmental governance. In: Plos Biology. 2015 ; Vol. 13, No. 3.

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abstract = "Conventional modes of environmental governance, which typically exclude those stakeholders that are most directly linked to the specific place, frequently fail to have the desired impact. Using the example of lake water management in Loweswater, a small hamlet within the English Lake District, we consider the ways in which new “collectives” for local, bottom-up governance of water bodies can reframe problems in ways which both bind lay and professional people to place, and also recast the meaning of “solutions” in thought-provoking ways.",
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AU - Norton, Lisa

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