Participation and Environmental Governance: Consensus, Ambivalence and Debate
During the past four decades the governance of environmental problems - the definition of issues and their political and practical resolution - has evolved to include a wider range of stakeholders in more extensive open discussions. In the introduction to this issue of Environmental Values on 'Environment, Policy and Participation', we outline some features of these recent developments in participatory environmental governance, indicate some key questions that arise, and give an overview of the collection of papers in this special issue.
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