Scale-Sensitive Governance of the Environment

Published on
August 12, 2014

As one of the results of the strategic research programme on Scaling and Governance, an edited book has been published with the title "Scale-sensitive governance of the environment"

Edited book:

Scale-Sensitive Governance of the Environment (2014). Frans Padt, Paul Opdam, Nico Polman & Catrien Termeer (Eds). Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 344.

Chapters in this book by staff of Public Admnistration and Policy Group:

Termeer, C. & Dewulf, A. Scale-sensitivity as a governance capability: Observing, acting and enabling.

Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, S.I. Tracing drivers of global environmental change along the governance scale: methodological challenges and possibilities.

Hospes, O. & Kentin, A. (2014). Tensions between global-scale and national-scale governance: the strategic use of scale frames to promote sustainable palm oil production in Indonesia.

Padt, F., Opdam, P., Polman, N. & Termeer, C.. Synthesis and perspectives for a new research field.

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