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- Wilkinson, M.E.; Mackay, E.; Quinn, P.F.; Stutter, M.; Beven, K.J.; MacLeod, C.J.A.; Macklin, M.G.; Elkhatib, Y.; Percy, B.; Vitolo, C.; Haygarth, P.M.
- Journal of environmental management 2015 v.161 pp. 38-50
- information exchange, etc ; case studies; data collection; environmental management; experts; farmers; hydrologic models; issues and policy; land use change; land use planning; landowners; landscapes; latitude; learning; ownership; risk; runoff; scientists; stakeholders; watershed management; watersheds; United Kingdom; Show all 22 Subjects
- ... There is an emerging and urgent need for new approaches for the management of environmental challenges such as flood hazard in the broad context of sustainability. This requires a new way of working which bridges disciplines and organisations, and that breaks down science-culture boundaries. With this, there is growing recognition that the appropriate involvement of local communities in catchment ...
- Olazabal, Marta; Pascual, Unai
- Journal of cleaner production 2015 v.109 pp. 336-346
- information exchange, etc ; attitudes and opinions; carbon; case studies; cognition; decision making; energy; issues and policy; motivation; stakeholders; Show all 10 Subjects
- ... This paper addresses the importance of the cognitive dimension in urban sustainability transition policy practice. Many and diverse actors with contrasting interests interact in urban sustainability transitions. Their perceptions and values impact the potential uptake of transition strategies in urban systems. It is thus important to understand how actors view themselves involved in such processes ...