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The affect of effect: affirmative political ecologies in monitoring climate change adaptation interventions
All over the world, climate change adaptation interventions (CCAIs) are being implemented in a variety of ways, but mostly monitored using outcomes-based monitoring and evaluation (M&E) frameworks that are prone to ...
Returning Water Data to Communities in Ndola, Zambia: A Case Study in Decolonising Environmental Science
(University of California Press, 2019)
Many scientific research projects carried out in developing countries gather data and fail to return any summary of the findings to the community that provided the data. Residents from communities experiencing water issues ...
(University of Canterbury. Gateway Antarctica, 2016)
A Continent of 14 million square kilometres, surrounded by a Southern Ocean of 35 million square kilometres. A Continent beyond generally recognised national territorial jurisdiction (but 7 claimants and 2 semi-claimants). An ...
Antarctic environmental protection: Strengthening the links between science and governance
(Elsevier BV, 2018)
© 2018 The Authors The Antarctic has significant environmental, scientific, historic, and intrinsic values, all of which are worth protecting into the future. Nevertheless, the area is subject to an increasing level and ...
Learning in participatory environmental governance – its antecedents and effects. Findings from a case survey meta-analysis
(Informa UK Limited, 2019)
Theory on participatory and collaborative governance maintains that learning is essential to achieve good environmental outcomes. Empirical research has mostly produced individual case studies, and reliable evidence on ...