Institutional Change and Learning for Sustainable Development
|Collections||ANU Fenner School of Environment & Society|
|Title:||Institutional Change and Learning for Sustainable Development|
|Author(s):||Connor, R. D|
Dovers, S. R
|Publisher:||Canberra, ACT: Center for Resource and Environmental Studies (CRES), The Australian National University|
|Series/Report no.:||Working Paper (Centre for Resource and Environmenatl Studies, ANU): No. 2002/1|
This paper is an interim outcome of Land and Water Australia Project ANU-24 'Implications for Australian natural resource management of international experiences in institutional change and reform arising from sustainable development' being undertaken through the Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies, The Australian National University. In summary, the aim of the project is to explore operational institutional lessons of relevance to Australia, gleaned from institutional change in other countries driven by the post-WCED (1987) and UNCED (1992) policy agenda of sustainable development. The primary output of the project is a brief (~20 page) report with a target audience of the NRM policy community, stakeholders and NGOs, supplemented by explanatory material, background papers, case studies, data bases, etc. as required. Clearly a review of institutional change around the world over the period 1987-2001 represents a mammoth task, and thus this study must scan widely and then scope more narrowly.
|ISBN:||086740 529 5|
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