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L.G. Horlings

In: The SAGE Handbook of Nature: Three Volume Set

Chapter 16: Politics of Connectivity: The Relevance of Place-Based Approaches to Support Sustainable Development and the Governance of Nature and Landscape

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Politics of Connectivity: The Relevance of Place-Based Approaches to Support Sustainable Development and the Governance of Nature and Landscape
Politics of Connectivity: The Relevance of Place-Based Approaches to Support Sustainable Development and the Governance of Nature and Landscape
L.G. Horlings
Introduction

This chapter reviews the relevance of integrative place-based approaches to sustainable development. Place-based approaches to development are increasingly favoured in science (Amin, 2004; Barca et al., 2012; Healey et al., 2003; Marsden & Bristow, 2000; Murdoch, 2000; OECD, 2006; Ray, 2006; Roep et al., 2015; Shucksmith, 2009; Tomaney, 2010). There is a sense of urgency for new local and regional development trajectories in the context of our unsustainable patterns of living, production and consumption, provoked by processes of globalization, and uneven development. Loss of biodiversity, the ...

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