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|Title: ||Landscape Modelling and Stakeholder Engagement: Participatory Approaches and Landscape Visualisation for Conflict Resolution|
|Authors: ||Miller, David|
Ode Sang, Asa
|Editors: ||Ode Sang, Asa|
|Issue Date: ||15-Sep-2015|
|Publisher: ||Swedish environmental Protection Agency|
|Citation: ||Miller, D., Ode Sang, Å., Brown, I., Muñoz-Rojas, J., Wang, C., Donaldson-Selby, G. (2016)
Landscape Modelling and Stakeholder Engagement: Participatory Approaches and Landscape
Visualisation for Conflict Resolution, In: A Review on the State of the Art in Scenario Modelling for
Environmental Management, (Eds. Sang, N., Ode Sang, A.), Swedish Environmental Protection
Agency. Pp. 23-48. ISBN 978-91-620-6695-6|
|Abstract: ||Environmental work has traditionally been focused on one theme and issue at a time;
consequently one may not see the effects of decisions on other sectors or the environmental
problems they cause. The sixteen Swedish Environmental Objectives are an example of this,
with specific targets for the desired state for air, water, forests and oceans, etc. There has
been little attention paid to integration or cross-cutting perspectives in the work of achieving
the environmental objectives. The interplay between society and the environment is complex
and therefore a systems perspective is needed whereby environmental targets and
objectives can be transparently connected to policies and measures with interested parties
and other interests involved. This means that some environmental objectives will have to be
weighed against the goods involved and prioritized based on environmental, societal and
economic concern. This places stronger demands on the state administration in its
environmental work, and on the analyzes, methods and tools available to manage the data.
This report is aimed at increasing knowledge about the methods and tools available for
landscape management and points to where research and development is heading that may
be useful for the authorities.
The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and cannot be cited as
representing the views of the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.
The study has been funded by the Swedish environmental Protection Agency´s
Environmental Research Grant.
Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, September 2015|
|Appears in Collections:||MED - Publicações - Capítulos de Livros|
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