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In: The SAGE Handbook of Nature: Three Volume Set

Chapter 14: Introduction to Part Three: Spacing Natures: Resourceful and Resilient Community Environmental Practice

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Introduction to Part Three: Spacing Natures: Resourceful and Resilient Community Environmental Practice
Introduction to Part Three: Spacing Natures: Resourceful and Resilient Community Environmental Practice
Alex Franklin
Introduction

… there is no singular ‘nature’ as such, only a diversity of contested natures … each such nature is constituted through a variety of socio-cultural processes from which such natures cannot be plausibly separated. (Macnaghten and Urry, 1998, p. 1)

Some twenty years on from when Macnaghten and Urry first made the above assertion, the multi-scalar contestation of natures continues to fundamentally affect the geography, form and progress of society towards more adaptive, or indeed, more transformative, environmental pathways. This Part of the Handbook contributes to the overarching Handbook theme of Nature by exploring how the spacing of natures translates into ...

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