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Adaptive Governance

Integrating Science, Policy, and Decision Making

by Ronald Brunner

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Published by Columbia University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government policies,
  • Environmentalist thought & ideology,
  • Political Science,
  • Environmental Studies,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Environmental Science,
  • Government - U.S. Government,
  • Public Policy - Environmental Policy,
  • Nature / Environmental Conservation & Protection,
  • Public Policy - General,
  • Case studies,
  • Conservation of natural resources,
  • Decision making,
  • Government policy,
  • Management,
  • Natural resources,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages319
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9838971M
    ISBN 100231136250
    ISBN 109780231136259

      Adaptive Governance Is the Key to Digital Business Risk Management Published: 27 June ID: G Analyst(s): Richard Hunter Summary The business impacts of security and privacy breakdowns are growing exponentially. Natural resource governance is critical for linking poverty reduction and sustainable natural resource use. This book brings together authors from various disciplines with extensive field.

    Adaptive governance and climate change is a timely, cogent and to some degree provocative contribution to the growing literature on climate change policy solutions that argues the need to open the established climate change regime to additional approaches to science, policy and . China’s long revolution had given rise to this guerrilla-style decisionmaking as a way of dealing creatively with pervasive uncertainty. Thus, even in a post-revolutionary PRC, the invisible hand of Chairman Mao—tamed, tweaked, and transformed—plays an important role in China’s adaptive governance.

    Book Description. Natural resource governance is critical for linking poverty reduction and sustainable natural resource use. This book brings together authors from various disciplines with extensive field experience to promote an integrative understanding of cross-scale and adaptive governance in Africa and Latin America.   While other books address specific policy approaches or the application of adaptive management strategies to specific problems, this is the first book to focus more broadly on adaptive governance, or the evolution of new institutions that attempt to Brand: Taylor And Francis.


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Adaptive Governance is a significant book for students of international regimes, whether they care about fisheries or not, because it provides a new conceptualization of how regulatory policy can vary so much across issues, even within a single multilateral regime.

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Share. This book provides a political and historical analysis of climate change policy; shows how adaptive governance has worked on the ground in Barrow, Alaska, and other local communities; and makes the case for adaptive governance as a complementary approach in the climate change regime.

This chapter explores how the concept of adaptive governance has evolved since it first emerged in the s. Three branches on the adaptive governance tree are explored—socio-ecological, institutional, and the policy sciences approach.

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The book casts the challenge for national and. THE PREVIOUS CHAPTERS have focused on clarifying and illustrating the emergence of adaptive governance in various forms and in various places: the Mile Reach of the Colorado River in western Colorado, the Camino Real in northern New Mexico, the diffusion and adaptation of grassbanks across the American West, the Oregon Plan to recover salmon at the watershed level, and legislation in the.

Adaptive governance is best understood as a pattern of practices that emphasizes the adaptation of policy decisions to a diversity of those people who are affected by the decision(s) in question. Any policy must be flexible enough to react to ongoing experiences occurring on the ground.

Thus, even in a post-revolutionary PRC, the invisible hand of Chairman Mao—tamed, tweaked, and transformed—plays an important role in China’s adaptive governance.

Available PDF downloads for this publication. Table of Contents. List of Tables and Figures. Chapter One. Buy this book. IISD's Guide for Creating Adaptive Policieswas designed to help decision makers and planners build a coherent set of governance and policy-making processes capable of anticipating change and performing successfully when faced with surprises.

Adaptive Policies Interactive Overview Presentation Click below to access the adaptive policies overview. Adaptive governance emerged at the local level as a loosely coordinated array of pragmatic responses to manifest failures of scientific management (Brunner and Lynch 5). It combines the literature surrounding resilience and complexity theory (Berkes and Folke ) and management of the commons (NRC ).

Summary. Adaptive IT governance is a key step for enterprises to take toward achieving sustainable business outcomes tailored for the digital age. Making governance more adaptable means adding new practices and approaches to the current governance repertoire, and applying them on a “fit for purpose” basis.

Adaptive governance is a concept from institutional theory that deals with the evolution of institutions for the management of shared assets, particularly common pool resources and other forms of natural capital.

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Webster, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® Develops and applies an innovative theoretical framework that links domestic economic vulnerabilities to national policy positions and international Our Stores Are Open Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpPages: Adaptive governance is an evolving research framework for analyzing the social, institutional, economical and ecological foundations of multilevel governance modes that are successful in building resilience for the vast challenges posed by global change, and coupled complex adaptive SES.

Adaptive governance is a concept from institutional theory that deals with the evolution of institutions for the management of shared assets, particularly common pool resources and other forms of natural capital.

This paper is the first of a set of four papers on adaptive governance, providing a brief overview of the history of the concept, the distinguishing features of the literature, and.

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Brunner and Amanda H. Lynch is published by American Meteorological Society. Adaptive Governance and Climate Change, Brunner, Lynch All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK   Her PhD is from the University of Amsterdam and was entitled “Adaptive Governance of Disaster: Drought and Flood in Rural Areas.” She is the author of numerous journal articles, book chapters and scholarly papers on a broad range of topics but more recently on the subjects of energy, Aboriginal justice, water and climate change :.

Towards a typology of adaptive governance in the digital government context: The role of decision-making and accountability Cancan Wang, Rony Medaglia, Lei Zheng Pages ABSTRACT Adaptive governance is an emergent form of environmental governance that is increasingly called upon by scholars and practitioners to coordinate resource management regimes in the face of the complexity and uncertainty associated with rapid environmental change.

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