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Benefits of Collaborative Learning for Environmental Management: Applying the Integrated Systems for Knowledge Management Approach to Support Animal Pest Control
Resource management issues continually change over time in response to coevolving social, economic, and ecological systems. Under these conditions adaptive management, or “learning by doing,” offersExpand
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Building collaboration and learning in integrated catchment management: the importance of social process and multiple engagement approaches
Success at integrated catchment management (ICM) requires the ongoing participation of different stakeholders in an adaptive and learning-based management process. However, this can be difficult toExpand
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Using Participatory and Learning-Based Approaches for Environmental Management to Help Achieve Constructive Behaviour Change
Zealand Ministry for the Environment. All copyright is the property of the Crown. This information may be copied and distributed to others without limitation, provided that the Ministry for theExpand
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Monitoring and adaptive management: resolving social and organisational issues to improve information sharing in natural resource management
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A case study in the South Island high country of New Zealand is used to review what is needed to support an ongoing community-based monitoring and adaptive management programme. Expand
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Building capacity for social learning in environmental management
for thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Building Capacity for Social Learning in Environmental Management Margaret J Kilvington This thesis focuses on the increasingly recognisedExpand
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Creative platforms for social learning in ICM: the Watershed Talk project
Watershed Talk was an action research project within the Motueka-based integrated catchment management research programme. It explored processes of dialogue between catchment residents, scientistsExpand
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Integrated catchment management—interweaving social process and science knowledge
This paper provides an overview of the Motueka integrated catchment management (ICM) research programme. This research was based on the thesis that achieving ecosystem resilience at a catchment scaleExpand
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Systems Thinking in Practice: Participatory Modeling as a Foundation for Integrated Approaches to Health
One Health (OH), EcoHealth (EH), and Planetary Health (PH) share an interest in transdisciplinary efforts that bring together scientists, citizens, government and private sectors to implementExpand
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Innovative land use planning for natural hazard risk reduction: A consequence-driven approach from New Zealand
Abstract The traditional land use planning approach for addressing natural hazards in New Zealand has been based on the likelihood of an event occurring, with little consideration of the consequencesExpand
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