Community-based NRM boards of management: are they up to the task?
We examine Australia's 56 community-based regional NRM boards of management with responsibilities for delivery of two major national programs: Natural Heritage Trust Extension (NHT2) and National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality (NAP). The construct of community-based boards, as a lynchpin in the institutional model, has received little attention. Existing literature largely examines boards as individual case studies or in a cursory way within the broader regional arrangements: this...[Show more]
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