Sustaining communities by learning from integrated assessments of place
Communities of place exist at many scales: from global village through nations, catchments, and local governments to millions of properties at the level of households and workplaces. Interventions from beyond their boundaries ensure institutional arrangements for their governance are complex. Political and bureaucratic actors network across all decision-making levels. The actors and their roles change frequently. Even so, connecting two activities can begin the process of engaging stakeholders...[Show more]
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|Source:||Practice change for sustainable communities: Exploring footprints and pathways and possibilities: Proceedings of APEN International Conference 2006|
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